The EFM Feature

National Review Online‘s article about Rudy’s probably wise delay of announcing his presidential aspirations says that the leading contenders are getting wounded early, thus maybe opening an opportunity for him:

Some chattering Beltway conservatives with access to wide-reaching e-mail lists simply don’t believe he [Romney] is one of them. It’s understandable. Massachusetts isn’t known for its right-wing leaders. But if conservatives don’t hear him out, it may be their (and America’s) loss: This northeastern businessman is a leadership package that has the potential to do social conservatives and their ideas a great service, by presenting conservative positions on cloning, gay marriage and other contentious issues in a worldly, but sincere and principled, way…Romney, on the other hand, as chief executive, has reacted to key events in Massachusetts as a social conservative — opposing efforts to clone human life, and insisting that Bay State citizens, not the state’s high court, should determine the future of marriage there.

Read the whole article.


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