|Romney: "Bin Laden got what he deserved, a bullet in the head.|
Roger Simon at Politico has tapped into America’s bloodlust and thirst for revenge that’s still going strong more than ten years after 9/11.
Simon highlights the fact that Republicans and Democrats are bipartisan on the issue, although he needn’t have brought religion into it.
We all know the Quakers, the Religious Society of Friends, represent the sane folks within the Christian tradition.
Just in case you sometimes get Mormons and Quakers confused, Mitt Romney cleared things up Monday night.
“Bin Laden got what he deserved,” Romney, a Mormon, said at a Republican debate in South Carolina. “A bullet in the head.”
The crowd, as debate crowds sometimes do, went wild.
The audience assembled in Myrtle Beach at a Fox News/Wall Street Journal debate seemed so amped up even before the debate began, in fact, that I thought they were going to have to string up chicken wire to protect the candidates.
The primary is Saturday, and it is generally agreed that if Romney wins — it would be his third victory in a row — the Republican nominating race effectively will be over, just 18 days after it began.
So spirits are running high, and all the other Republicans are running hard at Romney.