I wonder if these endorsements are too late to do much good. Ideally, conservatives would have coalesced around a candidate while voters were still forming impressions and making up their minds. National Review didn’t endorse Mitt Romney until his early leads were already fading. Human Events came out for Fred Thompson at a do-or-die moment rather than when he needed the boost coming out of the gate. Of course, this reflects the actual divisions among conservatives over the past year. And these campaigns would surely rather have the endorsements than not.
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