From New York Magazine, James Lipton has some advice for Mitt Romney. How to Act Human: Advice for Mitt Romney From Inside the Actors Studio: A few months ago, Brian McFadden’s weekly comic strip in the Sunday Times offered ways for Mitt
May 15, 2012

From New York Magazine, James Lipton has some advice for Mitt Romney.

How to Act Human: Advice for Mitt Romney From Inside the Actors Studio:

A few months ago, Brian McFadden’s weekly comic strip in the Sunday Times offered ways for Mitt Romney to improve his image. One panel showed him with me on the set of Inside the Actors Studio, under the heading “Take Acting Lessons to Appear More Relatable.”

Initially amused by this unsolicited enlistment, I’ve found myself returning spontaneously and with increasing frequency to the task, sometimes starting awake in the middle of the night with acting advice for the candidate. Convinced that the only way to exorcise this possession is to confront it, I offer the following counsel. Read on...

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