“Romney’s silence speaks volumes about his willingness to sell his soul to the homophobic far-right to get elected.”

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We just switched to a new server here at TPC (thanks to your generous donations, we were able to do that), so posting has been non-existent since early this morning while all that tech stuff was taken care of (thank you Lucian!). We apologize for the delays.

While I start nosing around for some newsyosity to snark about, here are today's L.A. Times letters to the editor, because our voices matter. These are responses to a Michael Kinsley op-ed about Flubmeister Mitt, which we previously brought to your attention:

Re "Romney's flub," Opinion, May 4

If there was any doubt about who is in charge of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, it is crystal clear that right-wing groups, in an effort to create a non-inclusive White House club, have the power to intimidate an openly gay campaign spokesman into resigning.

Romney's silence speaks volumes about his willingness to sell his soul to the homophobic far-right to get elected.

Phyllis Landis

Ocean Hills

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The irony is, the one thing Romney is supposed to be great at, the thing that sets him apart, is his executive ability. Good executives select the best talent and then back up their people and give them room to do their jobs. Fail and fail.

I certainly wouldn't want to work for him.

Joanne Zirretta

Aliso Viejo

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  • Linda1961

    Too bad for Romney there aren't enough "homophobic far-right" voters to get him elected in the general election.  He's sold his soul, but won't win the presidency.