If that man has Asperger's, which it appears he does, no one should fault him for that. It's not something he chose to be afflicted with. I may be
hard, but I'm not that hard. What he should be faulted for though is knowing what his limitations are, limitations that were placed by that
affliction, and continually crossing the line into territory he has no business in. And that would be in a position of authority that is too much for
him to handle because of his affliction.
Many people have Asperger's, but most of them know their limitations and don't do things beyond them. Mr. Romney obviously does because he chose a
woman to be a mother hen to him, not a wife. And that, to me, shows a real lack of empathy for other people. He'll do whatever it takes to whomever
gets in his way, to realize his own personal aspirations. And if this means picking a wife who will be more of a mother figure to him then an equal
partner, then so be it I guess. Whatever it takes to protect him from other people on his path to success. This is not a symptom of Asperger's. This
is a symptom of being something less than human, which in turn is a result for really not caring about other people to begin with.
Most people with Asperger's do care about others. They really do and their actions prove that. But because of the other symptoms they have, they can
come across to other people as being uncaring. That they only do what they do for their own personal satisfaction. This misunderstanding, IMO, is a
direct result of people in general so willing to see a persons faults, they overlook their positive qualities. And if you think about it, that has to
be frustrating as hell for people with Asperger's who really are good people.
Mitt though is different story. He says that he does care about people. He actually believes that and his wife, being the doting mother she is to him,
humors him by agreeing so as not to upset him too much. Like a mother who keeps throwing positive reinforcement to a child for the sole purpose that
if they throw the child a dose of reality instead, the child will throw a temper tantrum because you just burst their bubble and they can't handle
that. That would cause of level of stress in Mr. Romney that would cause the anger issues to rise up again. Again, what I stated in this paragraph
isn't the result of Asperger's. It's a result of not handling it like an adult should. And Ann? Her behavior isn't that of a wife. It's that of a
I have nothing but respect for successful people with Asperger's. While I'm at it, I have nothing but respect for people with any affliction they
were born with that makes being a success harder for people not born with an affliction. If anything, it shows a work ethic that should be aspired to
by others. They know their limitations, they work harder than most to get around them, but they don't cross them. Mitt however, isn't one of those
people and THAT is what makes him a bad person.
If this post makes it to Mr. Romney...........this is for you buddy. You may not like it but it's the cold, hard truth. Something I don't think your
wife/mother gives you enough of.
Mr. Romney. This is the American public speaking. You have no business being President and you know it. every night when you go to bed, in those
waning seconds before sleep hits.........you know it. Do your yourself a favor and keep putting your foot in your mouth every time you open it so when
Nov. 5 comes around, people will know within an hour that Obama has won. This is too much for your mental state. We''ll be watching. And if you win,
we'll be waiting with more pressure then you can handle, and you know it.