That was quite the platitude bombing raid.
The most interesting thing one can say about Mitt Romney is that there's nothing interesting about him. He's that much of a blank, a cipher, an indifferent policy guy playing a professional politician.
Now mind you, this professional pol has actually achieved second-rank success--he is, after all, the near nominee of one of the two major parties--and yet there is nothing to recommend him, nothing interesting about him, nothing whatsoever that could ever enliven or enlighten.
Thomas Dewey was a William Jennings Bryan compared to this dude.