Monday, December 11, 2006

Mitt Romney's Chappaquiddick: His 1994 Letter to Log Cabin Republicans

Here's Mitt's actual letter to the Massachusetts Log Cabin Republicans in 1994, begging for their endorsement.

Did he think this would just disappear? It's sort of like Chappaquiddick for Teddy. It will haunt him forever.

Thanks, Bay Windows, for finding it -- and printing this from Don Feder's column at the time: In an Oct. 20, 1994 oped, Boston Herald columnist Don Feder said that the letter proved that “Romney is the Mormon Bill Weld, the man he looks to for inspiration. Nowhere is his social radicalism more apparent than on the cutting-edge moral issue of our age — the normalization of homosexuality.”