The Daily has a story about the good deeds Mitt Romney did in the past. Good deeds you hardly ever hear about and probably won’t any time soon because Romney for some odd reasons prefers being seen as a cardboard cutout of himself.
[T]hose closest to him don’t expect a wellspring of stories of kindness to emerge from the candidate, even if that means the narrative of a wooden candidate whose gaffes about Cadillacs and firing people endures.
“He just thinks that’s the right way to go about it,” Tagg Romney said. “I don’t think he’s going to change. That’s why when he reads this article he’s going to be mad at me for exposing them.”