A closer look at Romney's youth and faith.

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    Oct 30, 2011 5:40 AM GMT
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    Oct 30, 2011 3:07 PM GMT
    Mitt Romney is as Reagan-esque as any candidate I can ever remember since Ronald Reagan. We would be lucky to have him as our President. He's a fine man, and would be a great President.
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    Oct 30, 2011 5:50 PM GMT

    "Lack[ing] The Courage Of His Absence Of Convictions"

    George Will unloads on Mitt Romney's congenital inability to stand firm:

    Last week in Ohio, Romney straddled the issue of the ballot initiative by which liberals and unions hope to repeal the law that Republican Gov. John Kasich got enacted to limit public employees’ collective bargaining rights. Kasich, like Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, is under siege. Romney was asked, at a Republican phone bank rallying support for Kasich’s measure, to oppose repeal of it and to endorse another measure exempting Ohioans from Obamacare’s insurance mandate (a cousin of Romneycare’s Massachusetts mandate). He refused.

    His campaign called his refusal principled: “Citizens of states should be able to make decisions . . . on their own.” Got it? People cannot make “their own” decisions if Romney expresses an opinion. His flinch from leadership looks ludicrous after his endorsement three months ago of a right-to-work bill that the New Hampshire legislature was considering. So, the rule in New England expires across the Appalachian Mountains?

    A day after refusing to oppose repeal of Kasich’s measure, Romney waffled about his straddle, saying he opposed repeal “110 percent.”

    GEORGE WILL IS NOT SOLD ON ROMNEY.....don't you think?