Governor Romney thinks he can operate under a different set of rules, he has a sense of entitlement, that he doesn’t have to operate under the same rules that presidential candidates have for decades. Not just disclosure on his tax returns, by the way, but who is raising money for him, his so-called “bundlers,” David Axelrod said on CNN tonight. . . . “He has a penchant for secrecy and he thinks he can play by a different set of rules.
Did somebody say, “a penchant for secrecy“?
And while we’re on the subject of David Axelrod, the former Chicago Tribune reporter who’s parlayed a career covering politicians into a far more lucrative career handling them, this takeout on Axelrod’s leftist roots by Paul Kengor in The American Spectator is certainly worth a read.