Want to know where Romney was going with the dog on the roof
by JP Bill - 11/4/12 9:11 PM
the place he celebrates the Fourth Of July.
"They're still here. Mitt and his siblings are still here quite often but if I saw him on the street, I'd not be able to pick him out. Well, maybe now I could, with all the Secret Service he'd have with him."
That concern, what it might mean if Mr. Romney becomes president, is now driving local conversation: Publicity, certainly, but also fear security, paparazzi and reporters might be a nuisance.
"One of the problems people are concerned about is that if he becomes president, there will be a lot of people like you up here nosing around," Mr. Sharen said.
Who would Canadians vote for - Obama or Romney?
If Canadians were electing the next U.S. president Tuesday, these polling results would have Mitt Romney holding his head in his hands. In almost every measure of polling demographic, including having the winner live next door, Barack Obama is a clear favourite. The data comes from a Forum Research Inc. poll - conducted for the National Post - of 1,735 randomly selected residents of Canada aged 18 or older