Sure, Massachusetts is a blue state, and the last time it voted for a Republican candidate for president was in the 1984 Reagan 49-state landslide, but Mitt Romney was Massachusetts’ governor not so very long, and the fact that he is down [PDF] by 28 percentage points — 60 percent for the president and 32 percent for Romney — in the latest statewide poll is yet more evidence that the more voters get to know Mitt Romney, the less they like him.
Attorney general Pam Bondi’s schedule was in confusion,
But Governor Rick Scott offered an expedient solution.
In support of her fundraising,
He did a little rearranging,
And postponed a serial murderer’s execution.