I have also maintained that his willingness to abandon, or not to accept, first principles has made these questions reasonable: If Romney is elected president, which Romney will show up for...
It's not the candidate, it's the ideology. Romney only stated what TOPer's like Napolitano believe, as Aiken only stated what TOPer's generally believe as well. Now that the candidates are speaking to an audience outside the 30% of the Nation on the far right, their comments are scrutinized to a greater degree, and they will get push back and rejection when the majority of the Nation will disagree with them. They have every right to express their views. The electorate will decide if the person holding such views will get their individual vote.
As readers of this column and viewers of Fox News Channel may know, I have not hesitated to criticize Gov. Mitt Romney's presidential campaign and the governor himself. I have argued that his message is muddled and his values are unknown beyond his ardent wish to improve economic conditions through the use of free market mechanisms rather than central economic planning, a position with which I agree entirely.
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