After reading Nancy’s post, it’s clear — the Mitchells need to move to the South. (Northern Virginia, while technically south of the Mason-Dixon line, simply does not count.) And after reading Bob Novak’s latest, something else is clear — of the three GOP candidates who could conceivably start winning in a few weeks, two have the potential to split the party. Fiscal conservatives simply won’t swallow Governor Huckabee, who’s starting to do better in Iowa, and Mr. Novak aptly points out why that is. And then in New Hampshire, one possible victor — Mayor Giuliani — would become the first pro-choice Republican nominee since 1976. There’s only one candidate who can win and who can satisfy both wings of the party, and his name is Mitt Romney.