Mitt Romney Slogan Contest Not Won Yet

Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney speaks during the Washington Briefing of the 2006 Values Voter Summit September 22, 2006 in Washington, DC.  The event was hosted by The Family Research Council (FRC).
Hire me. ME! You won't regret it! Unless it's some sort of executive position in the public sector.Photo: Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images

National Review editor Rich Lowry has suggested an “implicit slogan” for Mitt Romney: “No one ever regretted hiring Mitt Romney to do a job.” That’s true! Unless you count the people of Massachusetts, 65 percent of whom disapproved of his job performance when he finished his term as governor. And since this is the one example of Romney serving in public office, it’s probably fairly relevant.

Indeed, since Romney ran for office promising to be “moderate” or progressive,” and now says he in fact was a “severely conservative” governor, maybe the winning slogan here is caveat emptor.