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Romney Good but Not Great?
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Byron York questions whether he went a bit overboard and notes some crowd unsettled murmuring on the “I was a pro-life Governor” lines (well, pro-life after running and saying otherwise for two years of his term, knowledgeable folks would say) but that he was very “professional.” (Is that the political equivalent of “what nice features he has”?) Jonathan Martin notes one thing I have observed seeing Romney in person — he speaks too fast — and says he got frequent applause but that “many in the audience here plainly remain uncertain as to whether they can get behind Romney or any of the imperfect, top-tier GOP candidates.” Redstate is more enthusiastic. The most interesting comment of the evening: Gary Bauer: “Evangelicals have always been against suicide and a third party is political suicide.”

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