Mitt's Safe and Unadventurous Speech

By Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast - August 30, 2012

Mitt Romney told a cheering crowd that they deserved the "hope and change" Barack Obama failed to deliver, wading into a policy assault before describing himself as a churchgoing father and businessman whose faith reflects the values of America. In fact, he repeated the word "America" so many times it seemed part of his strategy.

But he spoke in generalities as he offered a standard biographical sketch, rather than offer the kind of colorful anecdotes that might have fleshed out the contours of his life.

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