Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

Fact Check Your Leadership Judgements! Mitt Romneyʻs 47% Speech

Viral Video: Whatʻs a Potential Leader to Do? Itʻs hit the news hard: Mitt Romney called 47% of Americans deadbeats at a May fundraiser! (Leaked yesterday to the press and the world via YouTube). Or did he? Is that what he meant? Maybe, maybe not. Before you take my word for anything, check out  the video […]

Mitt Romney: A Relentlessly Authentic Speech?

In the September 1 Seattle Times, Michael Gerson describes Mitt Romneyʻs style as “the retro candidate.” He says:  His stories are sentimental, his jokes are corny, his parents are his heroes and his family is aggressively nuclear. There is an admirable defiance about it all. You want authenticity? You got it. In your heart you know he’s […]

Speaking of Funny Takes on Leadership….

Here are some funny takes on the presidential candidates and leadership in the news! Matson, of the St. Louis Post Dispatch parodies history — and the leadership gaffes of the candidate — in this punchy commentary. John Darkow punctures the balloon of campaign rhetoric stereotypes — itʻs up to us, the “followers” to stand up […]