David Weigel offers an interesting take on Romney’s speech that I might not entirely agree with but is well worth reading and considering. In part:
Romney is asking voters to retain their prejudices about faith, especially the personal faith of politicians: To demand that the people they elect have a relationship with God that they approve of. Is Romney’s slow-motion three card monte going to convince religious voters that they can trust him over Huckabee? I don’t think so. I know some of those people. They’re not stupid.
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