Rolling Stone's very own Tim Dickinson was to be seen on Keith Olbermann's Eliot Spitzer's Current TV show last night, for an informative chat about whether Mitt Romney, after having gone full wingnut (albeit with uneven results) in the primaries, can successfully appeal to more moderate general election voters come November. Romney has "failed in the basic work of consolidating the GOP base," he noted, "and then he’s got to try and shift to the center to somehow appeal to all the people that he's offended with his toxic contortions to the right." Watch the clip:
Dickinson and Spitzer on Romney's 'Toxic Contortions'
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