McQuaid Compares Romney with Father

On Meet the Press, Joe McQuaid, publisher of the New Hampshire Union Leader, compared Mitt Romney with his father, George, who ran for president in 1968:

We have a cartoon running of him running a dog sled, and he’s telling the dog sled, “Go left, go right, go left, go right.” But, actually, it’s not him — it’s his father from 1968. We had the same problem of going back and forth.

Here’s the cartoon:

Below is video of McQuaid’s comments. The Union Leader, of course, recently endorsed Newt Gingrich.

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