Ann Romney's biggest concern if her husband becomes president would be his ability to maintain his "mental well-being," she said in an interview Thursday with KTVN in Reno, Nev.
Asked what her primary worry would be should her husband succeed in defeating President Obama on Nov. 6, Mrs. Romney replied, "You know, I think my biggest concern, obviously, would just be for his mental well-being."
I think that THIS might have been the most honest thing that Queen Antoinette Romney has EVER said about her husband. If she thinks Mitt might crack doing this job, I think WE should all listen to her.
Have you ever closely watched Romney's face after he has just answered a question or is waiting for the applause to die down? He always looks like he is just this side of a nervous breakdown.
He holds his mouth funny, and often appears disoriented, as if he is fighting to differentiate what around him is real, and what is not real.
For instance take a look at his response to a reporter asking him whether he would start campaigning harder to try and bring up his lower poll numbers:
“Ha ha. We’re in the stretch aren’t we? Look at those clouds. It’s beautiful,” he said, pointing to the sky. “Look at those things.”
See? He noticed the clouds are real right there. Okay that is not somebody whose mental health we need to worry about IF he gets this job, this is somebody whose mental health should be in question NOW!
And don't even get me started on the whole Mormon belief thing!
No we need somebody who can handle the job, and President Obama is clearly that man.
Not only that, but when you ask him a question he doesn't suddenly start talking about how tall the trees are, or the beauty of the clouds in the sky. Which should inspire a huge sigh of relief in all of us.