On the day before Election Day, people in Boston go about their morning routines but offer opinions on the state of the race that includes former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney. (Nov. 5)
Me: Sure, if you consider that the party is an entity unto itself and has an opinion that needs to look out for itself, she delivered and he did not. BUT, if you consider that the party is only a reflection of its members, the head of the organizations opinions shouldn't matter, only the opinions of the party. In which case, playing 'favorites' is a no no. Of course, would BS have won if the voters got to decide? We'll never know.