The Boston Globe’s Matt Viser And The Romney Boys

The hardworking staff has yet to hear from @globemartybaron about Boston Globe reporter Matt Viser’s big wet Romneykiss in this month’s Town & Country, but Politico’s Morning Score has weighed in:

THE ROMNEY BOYS get written about by Boston Globe reporter Matt Viser in the current issue of Town & Country. Tagg is the “leader of this merry band.” Matt is “the jokester.” Josh is the “heartthrob.” Ben is the “alterna-Romney.” Craig is the “curly-haired baby.” Story not online but here’s a short write-up about it: http://politi.co/x7Aqbi.

Anyone think this will play well in the upcoming Louisiana primary?

Didn’t think so.

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5 Responses to The Boston Globe’s Matt Viser And The Romney Boys

  1. Wait, I thought that was the Baldwins.

  2. I didn’t read the Viser piece on Mitt’s lads but I will make an open-ended wager that nowhere
    in the articles is it mentioned that the Romney boys never have, nor ever will wear GI khaki.
    As I recall, the Mitser said the boys were doing their duty —–aiding Romney’s presidential campaign. Of course.
    Men in suits with ego and ill-gotten cash too often send our young men and women off to war but rarely get their hands dirty or their privaie lives affected (notable exception: Joe Biden).

    • Curmudgeon says:

      Not endorsing the mini-Mitts’ choices, but doesn’t a volunteer military imply that participation is voluntary?

      Did you, Bill, volunteer to help clean the Gulf of Mexico after the Deepwater Horizon fiasco? It WAS voluntary, you know.

      What does that say about YOUR civic loyalty?

  3. Now, now — leave the Belmont Hill lads alone. Remember: a BHS grad wrote “The Ballad of the Green Beret.”

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