Mitt Romney just isn't that into partisan politics, and it shows. So says New York Times columnist David Brooks. "Mitt Romney does not have the passion for the stuff he's talking about," Brooks said on NBC's "Meet The Press".
"He's a problem solver. I think he's a non-ideological person running in an extremely ideological age, and he's faking it." Brooks says the Republican presidential nominee has limited options. "I'd go to what he's been for the last several decades of his life: be a PowerPoint guy. Say 'I'm making a sales pitch to the country here are the four things I'm going to reform.'"