Wednesday, December 12, 2007

National Review Endorsement

It seems like this news has been buried in the wake of The Speech but yesterday the National Review announced its endorsement of Mitt Romney.

"More than the other primary candidates, Romney has President Bush’s virtues and avoids his flaws. His moral positions, and his instincts on taxes and foreign policy, are the same. But he is less inclined to federal activism, less tolerant of overspending, better able to defend conservative positions in debate, and more likely to demand performance from his subordinates. A winning combination, by our lights. In this most fluid and unpredictable Republican field, we vote for Mitt Romney."

National Review editor Rich Lowry talks to Hugh Hewitt about it here.

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Blogger Tommy said...

Finally, an accurate and balance portrayal of Romney's long list of achievements and laudable vision for our nation.

10:15 PM  

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