This is the diagram of an OODA Loop
. Team Romney is definitely inside the Chicago Gang’s OODA Loop. That is very bad news for a flailing president, and the subject of my Townhall.com column that will be posted later this morning
I am leaving D.C. early today for Idaho via Spokane, but wanted to thank Rich Stowell for his very kind words in his column this morning at the Washington Times
. A life-long attachment to the Cleveland Browns and Indians makes one optimistic by necessity, the triumph of hope over experience, like Fred Barnes’ attachment to the Washington Wizards.
There are other reasons for optimism, however, including the quite amazing response to my appeal to small donors to get involved in a key race via my ActRight button. $132K in small donations to Mitt Romney, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz or any of a dozen other candidates or causes in two months
is just one of many expressions of the incredible resolve of the center-right of the country to bring about a U-turn, led by Romney, backed by a GOP House and Senate, and intent on tackling the very serious problems that must be addressed before “Greece” is not merely a warning but a reality.
Which brings me to $5 Friday. Each Friday I appeal to readers and listeners to skip the large soda at the theater or to wash the car themselves and send the $5 or $10 or $50 or more to one of these campaigns.
It is tempting in this cycle to think the SuperPacs will do it all, but that isn’t where the campaign will be won, but rather in the activism and donations of hundreds of thousands of ordinary citizens saying “enough.”
And if you missed it, here’s the ambusher-being-ambushed, Axelrod in Boston, hearing the chant of “Solyndra” for the first –but most certainly not the last– time.Romney is playing offense, and as Buzzfeed notes, it is a wonderful thing to see