Posted August 29, 2012 by jimhigley
Dear Mrs. Romney,
I was looking forward to your speech at the Republican National Convention. I really was. For some reason I feel a connection with you. You see, my own mom – like you – raised five boys. I was the youngest of that brood that grew up in a small, Nebraska town back in the sixties and seventies. And while I know that the world you live in is very different than that of my own mother’s, there’s some connection we have. Right?
Maybe it’s that “raising-a-fraternity” storyline or something.
Whatever it is, I’ve got a soft spot in my heart for you.
But I’ve got to tell you – and I truly hate saying this – you kind of threw me for a loop with some of your comments in your speech:
“I want to talk to you about that love so deep only a mother can fathom it — the love we have for our children and our children’s children.”
“I’m not sure if men really understand this, but I don’t think there’s a woman in America who really expects her life to be easy. In our own ways, we all know better!” CLICK HERE for the rest of the story on the Huffington Post.