Just like the script of classic horror movies, it’s the mysterious unknown, tension of indecision, and building of suspense that’s making everyone crazy. Romney can’t make up his mind, and is brewing fear in voters as a result.
Like parents trapped in anxiety as their hyperactive children scream in indecision over which costume they’ll wear for tonight’s Halloween, voters are left waiting in anticipation to see which Mitt Romney the GOP presidential candidate will be today.
Will he claim to be a middle class American? Will he tell us that corporations are people, too? Will pro-choice Mitt ring your doorbell this evening, or will he don his anti-choice costume? Will it be healthcare Romney or insurance company Romney?
South Carolina’s Democratic Party has the same questions and a whole lot more, as you can see in this video it released on this All Hallow’s Eve.
“Universal Healthcare Mitt would run from Anti-Healthcare Mitt like Jamie Lee Curtis did from the Halloween slasher” Harpootlian says, comparing Romney’s campaign plot to the classic Halloween gore flick.
Romney had slight lead in a recent poll of Republican voters in the state, taking 25 percent and leading Herman Cain by two.
Six other candidates were on the slate. A majority of respondents (56 percent) said they might change their minds before the primary election.
The state’s GOP presidential primary is set for Jan. 21.