Romney Projects His Ninja Agenda onto Obama
In late March, Mitt Romney said he was afraid American voters wouldn’t elect him president if he told them how he would govern as president.
Josh Lederman of The Hill has the report, which includes a subtle reference to the psychological defense mechanism from which the former Massachusetts governor appears to be suffering:
Romney projected the confidence and certainty of a presumed nominee as he railed against what he called Obama’s attempts to hide the ball from the American public.
“He does not want to share his real plans before the election, either with the public or with the press,” Romney said. “He is intent on hiding. You and I will have to do the seeking.”
In politics, this is called campaigning.
In real life it’s called hypocrisy.
In the Republican Party it’s called leadership.