A Romney Video The Left Doesn’t Want Thoughtful People Watching

Published on September 4, 2012

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and Hot Air’s Allahpundit are in rare agreement: A video produced for the Republican National Convention that played on the evening of Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech should have been featured more prominently in prime time.  Why?  It was touching, humanizing and uplifting – and it also highlighted Romney’s professional accomplishments in a very compelling way.  Because the ‘likeability’ factor is such a major component of this campaign, why wouldn’t RNC organizers have moved heaven and earth to ensure that tens of millions of voters would be exposed to such a brilliant piece of biographical art?  Before we tackle that question, let’s watch it.  I realize that 10:30 is a decent chunk of time to invest in a YouTube clip, but c’mon – it’s Labor Day, and the video is well worth your time:

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