Via HotAir, Mitt Romney has scored two significant conservative endorsements recently, Jeff Flake and Darrel Issa. While that may not constitute a coalescing around Romney, it does help insulate him from RINO charges. Whatever he once was, is he now the conservative who can win?
What’s up with this?
I think it may be dissatisfaction, or maybe disappointment, with Rick Perry’s roll-out. His first debate performance was disappointing, and his second while better, still was less than stellar. Frankly, he seemed unprepared for the debates.
I think Perry can recover, but I also think there may have been expectations which were built too high. And nothing disappoints like unfulfilled expectations, which accounts for his not great recent polling.
The primaries are a marathon, not a sprint. Romney’s strategy has been to go slow, a strategy I criticized as creating a vacuum, but one which may prevail in the long run.
Has Romney survived the Perry push? Does this tweet I sent after the first Perry debate apply?
I’ll answer my own question. It’s not too late for Perry to regain momentum or at least stabilize his frontrunner status, but he needs to do it soon.DONATE
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