In profiling Mitt Romney in the New Yorker, Nicholas Lemann shows the positive side of Romney. He writes:
[Romney] combines an utter confidence in his ability to fix anything with an utter lack of confidence in his ability to explain to people what he intends to do, which is why he appears so stiff and so unspecific in talking about his prospective Presidency.
Unfortunately the article is not available for free online. Lemann shows that Romney seems to have the ability to get things done and to turn the economy around. Is it too late in the game?