Romney's comments that Obama supporters are all dependent on the government is the kind of hyperbole that grows out of anger. Foolishly, Romney has targeted this anger at the American people, some of whom are considering voting for Romney.
This is a world of turbulence and uncertainty, and it just may be that voters are interested in seeing whether a future president can manage that complexity with subtlety, and whether he has more to say than just I'm not the other guy.
Mitt Romney had the nerve to stand in front of America and falsely imply that the President of the United States is sympathizing with terrorists. The GOP's unholy union of politics and dogma has forced us to treat an utter disregard for reality as just another viewpoint.
Arrogance goes hand in hand with disrespect and this certainly destroys our ability to connect with others effectively. Too much arrogance will manifest as disdain and foster the belief of superiority.
When I read former Massachusetts Governor Willard "Mitt" Romney's quick draw response to the unfolding tragedies in Egypt and Libya I finally got it. I figured him out. He is not a people person. He is a numbers guy.