Icheoku says give it up to The Mitt, the magician with so many tricks up his hat. When American voters think they have seen and heard all that the Mormon bishop has for them, here comes a campaign-doozy, asking voting Americans to vote for him because he is like Obama? Icheoku queries why would any voter then settle for a clone when the original is still very much around? Why would the voting public vote for a "like" when the "main" is still around? Why would Americans vote for a knock-off when they can still get the real thing? I don't know about you, but Icheoku makes bold to say that it is about time The Romney campaign received a long overdue shot in the arm or counselling or a total and complete make-over to remain in contention and competitive. If it means dropping the fundamentalist extremist Paul Ryan from the ticket, so be it; since he brought nothing to the campaign in the first place and have only served as a complete drag to a once somewhat viable campaign.
What in the hell is the woody-Mitt doing running this lifeless campaign and in such a shoddy manner that would make Newt Gingrich last mid-summer's dream appear "highly organised" juxtaposed with the mess that is the current Romney's effort? Is he the same Mitt that allegedly had the "stellar" outing with Bain Capital or did Icheoku hear he never did the heavy lifting at Bain personally but "harvested" the resounding success as his? Just hear the Mormon bishop from the liberal state of Massachusetts say in his latest campaign advertisement that "he and President Obama both care about the poor and the needy of our society? That his Massachusetts "Romney I Don't Care" health reform is similar to "OBAMACARE" which shows his compassionate character just like Obama? That his foreign policy is like President Obama's? And that Bill Clinton equally endorsed him?"
Therefore, Icheoku asks, what then is The Mitt doing running against his "mirror-image?" What then is Mr Flip-flop running on and why does he still wants to unseat an incumbent who he agrees shares many of his philosophies? Needless to add that the same Mitt Romney has assured Americans that President Barack Obama is a nice guy in addition to sharing many of his policies and beliefs. Late Senator Ted Kennedy, it would appear, rightly summed Mitt Romney up when he said, given extra few weeks, Mitt Romney might as well vote for his opponent. Icheoku is gradually but surely getting to a point of conviction that come November 6, the real Bain Capital Mitt Romney might not vote for the present caricature Mitt Romney running for president; but instead would cast his vote rightly and correctly, as would millions of other rational and reasonable Americans, for the right choice - President Barack Obama. On November, vote wisely, vote your interest, VOTE OBAMA.