If this summer is any indication, this Presidential race is going to be fun and bumpy. Republican candidate Mitt Romney, who last weekend showed a little passion answering a question by saying "corporations are people," it looks like the former Massachusetts governor is at it again, this time, he goes after a older voter.
In the enclosed video, Romney lashes back at a fellow who asked him a question about taxes, and Social Security and health benefits. Granted, the older fellow showed some passion, sure. But Romney's reaction? Not cool, regardless of how uncomfortable the question was, especially for a candidate that is campaigning for President.
It is my opinion that there is a basic etiquette to follow when campaigning for President:
1. Don't disrespect your potential voters (although some politicians do this on a daily basis).
2. Answer the question. It seems dodging questions is a fad in the Republican camp. Just answer the damn question.
3. No finger pointing. Just don't do it.
Romney did not win his last presidential bid and it is very unlikely that he will win in 2012.
After watching the video what do you think?