This is my twentieth uninterrupted post at EFM–I guess Charles, David, Dawn, and Steve don’t remember when I turned this blog into “Evangelicals for Obscure Latin Derivatives?” I’ll do it again.
Nevertheless, I’ll give you a little snippet of the great Newsmax article that’s hitting newstands today:
People say that Mitt Romney lights up a room. But there are all kinds of ways to light up a room – fluorescent, neon, sunlight, strobe. Romney alternates between sparkle and a warm, steady glow. He is not in your face. He is low-key, self-assured, and self-contained.
That could be a metaphor for Romney’s candidacy. When the subject of the 2008 presidential election comes up, Republicans talk about the prospects of the obvious front-runners, Arizona Sen. John McCain and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. But they often end the conversation by saying, “You know, I really like Mitt Romney.”
And now that they know he’s got the money and power to back up that charming personality, a lot more people will take notice.