It looks like destined-to-be-also-ran presidential candidate Mitt Romney has settled on his main line of attack against current front-runner Rick Perry. The Hill reports August 30 on a speech Romney gave to the Veterans of Foreign Wars in San Antonio:
Romney also decried "career politicians," a subtle shot at Perry, who's held public office continuously since 1985.
"I am a conservative businessman. I have spent most of my life outside of politics, dealing with real problems in the real economy," Romney said. "Career politicians got us into this mess and they simply don't know how to get us out!"
This strategy is laughable, given that Romney has spent years trying to become a career politician, with a prior stint as governor of Massachusetts and failed senatorial and presidential campaigns under his belt.