From Barton Gellman's (paywalled) story, at Time, about Mitt Romney's mother Lenore:

For the next 64 years, they had "truly one of the world's great love affairs," says Peter Fletcher, who entered Michigan politics as George's advance man. George serenaded Lenore with "Moonlight and Roses" and scattered love notes like petals under her pillow. A maid on Mackinac Island, where the couple spent summers, found a typical one: "Darling, have gone to the grocery store. I will love you eternally. George."

So typical. Previously: Ann Romney's Pinterest page

05/29/2012 04:00

I wonder if he's vetting <a href="">Heino</a> for veep.


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