For once, Rupert Murdoch and I sort of agree. Sort of. . .

For several weeks now I have been saying that the Romney campaign is inept, and that this will be a huge factor in his impending defeat in November.  Apparently, Rupert Murdoch and I agree–at least, on that part.

Where we disagree, of course, is on what Romney should do about it.  Murdoch thinks he should fire the lot of them and get people in there who know what the hell they’re doing.  I, on the other hand, am perfectly fine with him keeping them all.

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