Day by day it's becoming increasingly clear that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's campaign has the feel of the Sen. Phil Gramm presidential campaign of a decade ago. The folks at RedState hit it well here.
To be clear, Senator Gramm was a man of principle, whose positions were clear and consistent. No, parallel comes from a campaign flush with money that just can't get off the ground.
Worse, Romney is losing support from just about every quarter of his campaign. The most embarrassing exodus is taking place in Michigan (a state Romney once considered home), where politicals who endorsed him have now withdrawn their support to go with other candidates. Rumors are swirling in some fundraising circles that some high profile money men will soon be exiting stage right, too.