There are two reports from Mitt Romney’s book tour I’d like to share with you.
#1 – Anthony Dalke of RightOSphere does a point by point recap (he took many notes) of Romney’s “discussion” at the McCormick Freedom Project in Chicago. Of interest from Anthony’s post is his warming up to Romney:
In the interest of full disclosure, let me state up front that I am someone who initially had a highly unfavorable opinion of the Governor but has warmed up to him over time, to the point where I would now put him among my “top tier” of desired 2012 candidates.
..and Anthony’s summation:
Mitt clearly came prepared for business, speaking substantively and extemporaneously. He did a good job of remaining firm, yet respectful of the moderator, refuting her assertions that he deemed inaccurate. At times, he appeared slightly flummoxed with interruptions and incessant probing by the moderator. Still, he noticeably impressed the audience, receiving hearty rounds of applause. The event was light on humor but heavy on serious discussion.
Read his whole report at RightOSphere.com
News Article and video from Mitt’s Chicago stophere.
#2 – Longtime Romney fan Crystal F. writes of her experience at the La Jolla California book-signing and includes a photo gallery. Her event was much different than the one Anthony attended, and so is her recap, but it is every bit as enjoyable.
You like that mash-up Crystal?
- Crystal and her daughter arrived 2 hours early, 1000 said to have attended.
- She showed Romney her ‘Mitt 12′ keychain and said “I’m ready when you are.” He laughed and said, “That’s a riot.”
- Her daughter got her book Turnaround signed by Romney who seemed pleased to see it.
Read the whole report and see the photo gallery at Crystal’s blog post at CommittedToRomney.net