ROMNEY USES TOM BROKAW'S NEWS COVERAGE
Negative Ad Sinks Gingrich (2/1/2012)
Mitt Romney was walloped by Newt Gingrich in the South Carolina primary. But 10 days later Romney devastated Gingrich in Florida, even though Gingrich was far ahead in the polls a week earlier. What happened? Romney bought an ad that was simply too powerful for Gingrich to counter, even though he disputed its content before it was broadcast. The ad replays news coverage by Tom Brokaw about Gingrich in 1997. On the matrix below the axis term is TOM BROKOW (skip -90,586 in wrapped Torah). The shortest ELS of a transliteration of MITT ROMNEY is shown at skip -90,585. At skip +90,585 is NOMINATION. Sharing a letter with NOMINATION is THE PRESIDENT at skip -90,587. Also sharing a letter with NOMINATION is VICTOR. While Tom Brokaw said, "I am extremely uncomfortable with the extended use of my personal image in this political ad. I do not want my role as a journalist compromised for political gain by any campaign," it may well secure the nomination for Romney. It certainly worked in Florida.