The Republican non-romance with Mitt Romney reminds me of Henry VIII's uncharacteristically reluctant marriage to Anne of Cleves — the king's fourth wife. She was a minor German princess who, to the king's advisers, looked like the ideal political match. A dubious Henry resisted — and insisted that the great portrait artist Hans Holbein be sent to paint her picture. The work flattered Anne by framing (and overwhelming) her with a bejeweled gold headdress and gown.
Mitt Romney, with his wife Ann and son Tagg, celebrates Tuesday in Novi, Mich. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. It's a good bet Mitt Romney slept a whole lot easier Tuesday night. "We didn't win by a lot but... Read Post
Responding to Ann Romney's Tuesday night RNC speech, Fox News analyst Juan Williams said that the wife of presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney looked “like a corporate wife... whose husband takes care of her." Read Post