Some conservative leaders are now publicly opposing Mitt Romney's consideration for VP.
This is from the Government is not God PAC website:
More than 20 leading social conservatives signed an open letter to Senator John McCain expressing their displeasure over the prospect of an “M&M” ticket being pushed by Karl Rove, Sean Hannity and others in the economic wing of the Republican Party.
Among the signers are those, such as Paul Weyrich of the Free Congress Foundation, who once supported Mitt Romney and now publicly regret it.
"Who has been talking about Huckabee as Veep? Nobody. I'd rather have Hannity and Ingraham saying good things about me to millions of people, rather than worrying about what this rag-tag group says about me."
FOR US THE BOTTOM LINE IS THIS: The unvarnished facts of Mitt Romney's record as governor of Massachusetts make him utterly unacceptable as a Vice Presidential choice.
Governor Romney got no traction during the primaries simply because his recent “conversion” to conservative and pro-life principles is not credible.
Question: Knowing what you do of McCain, do you think that these guys opinion of Mitt makes him more or less likely to pick Mitt based on their opinion? ... My guess is that they have achieved the opposite of their supposed intent and in fact made Mitt more acceptable to McCain after their attacks.... Hot Air has more.
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