Kathryn Jean Lopez has a review of Hugh Hewitt’s new book, A Mormon in the White House: Ten Things Every American Needs to Know about Mitt Romney. She writes:
The book includes interviews with the candidate and his well-adjusted family as well as generous primary documents. Ultimately, Hewitt arrives at what likely will be a key part of Romney’s campaign: competent conservatism from a leader with a solid moral character.
I particularly liked this paragraph:
With Giuliani or McCain, conservatives may be poised to give in to candidates who simply won’t lead on important issues. Hewitt declares that McCain “is no conservative” and “Giuliani would make a superb Secretary of Defense.” Romney, then, may be the alternative to social surrender.