But not the "ordinary American" kind he's been getting used to, with the handshaking and the baby-holding. No, he's spending this week prepping for the three most important debates of his life…
Mitt Romney is spending the week of the Democratic National Convention ensconced in Brownsville, Vt., prepping for the three upcoming presidential debates.
The war games are being held at the home of Romney's former lieutenant governor, Kerry Healey, with Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) playing President Obama.
First of all, I can't picture Mitt Romney playing any "war games" without wearing gold epaulets, but that's neither here nor there.
The real story is Mitt's partner. Portman, who was in the discussion to be Romney's running mate and whose name rearranged is Boo Trampnr, has his work cut out for him. How will he and Romney work together to turn the debates in Mitt's favor?
Look for Romney and Portman to discuss how they can… swing defense to quick offense, and most importantly, isolate what curveballs Obama might have planned.
Curveballs? You lost me. Democrats have attacked Romney's business record, tax history, offshore funds, political inconsistencies, speech patterns and (probably) the fact that his first name is Willard.
I'm not sure what curveballs could be left. Maybe Obama will tell him he's an okay guy?
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Tags: Debates, Mitt Romney, Rob Portman