...“My endorsement will be with sincerity and enthusiasm. I’m not there yet, and a personal endorsement does not amount to a hill of beans compared to the wisdom of the American voter,” former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today said in a telephone interview with Shannon Bream of Fox News....
...Gov. Palin expressed frustration that “some in this field have had the opportunity to engage in sudden and relentless reform at the state and Congressional levels” but did not seize it and then speak about their plans and intentions moving forward. “Without naming names,” Gov. Palin said this frustration could apply to the entire field of candidates....
Last year, Mitt Romney said he wanted to "repeal the bad, and keep the good" parts of ObamaCare. This year, he says he wants to repeal the whole thing.
What would he really do? Apparently, we'll have to elect him to find out! What could go wrong?
Hot Air makes an important point.
...As you watch this video, remember: When Romney talks about an “incentive” to purchase insurance, he’s talking about the individual mandate and the fine that applies to anyone who violates it....To summarize...as of last year, Mitt Romney favored mandates at the federal level.
Could the GOP be headed toward a brokered convention? Bill Kristol seems to think so.
...It could happen because it’s quite possible no one will emerge from the January primaries with a commanding lead in the delegate count, or a compelling surge in popular support. Four or more of the existing candidates could then continue to split votes—and delegates—through February and March. It would be even more likely to happen if someone new were to respond to a draft and enter the race belatedly, announcing his entry as early as mid-January or as late as early March—missing some primaries, to be sure, but getting on lots of ballots and getting lots of votes in April, May, and June. In any case, it might well happen that no candidate will have a majority of pledged delegates when Republicans enter the doors of the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa in late August...._____________________________________________________________
Apparently, the author of this article hasn't read Romney's book!
...Mitt Romney’s conservative achievements:
I honestly can’t think of one.
I can think of plenty of conservative things Mitt has said recently but actually done? I have nothing. Rick Perry, Rick Santorum and even Jon Huntsman have far more conservative records of actually doing things to advance conservative principles. Romney has no concrete example to point to....