Romeny has been asked many questions and he has given many answers to a single question. However, one question I have not heard that I believe will have a significant impact..nail in the coffin if you will...is this: "Mr. Romney, if you are running on your skills as a governor, why is it that Massachusetts will not vote for you?"
I have heard many times that the best experience you can gain prior to being president is being a governor. I could be wrong, but I don't think a governor who has ever ran for president has lost his state. This has happened with senators and congressman--but a governor? I've never heard of that. I don't want to hear that Massachusetts is a "blue" state--this state made him governor. Also, Reagan won "blue" California and Clinton won "red" Arkansas. Why? The state believed each did a good job. They supported their governor. Why is it that Massachusetts will not vote for Romney--it's not even a contender! This state is firmly with Obama. If this question were actually asked, what possible response would Romney have? What spin/waffle/non-answer could he possible give? There is no response that can save him from this question. If it is asked, he will lose ground.