Romney can’t rein in essential self

Regarding the letter “Romney needs to rein in honesty”: If one listens attentively, one hears his lecture to the British regarding the Olympic Games as having been very carefully and pedantically tailored in three structured parts to present himself as an experienced, knowing authority.

Rather, it presented him for who he, in reality is, and how he relates: insensitive, self-serving, manipulative and arrogant. He is transparent; it is astonishing that he could possibly be seen as other than who he is.

Doris Sinclair

Everett