Wednesday, June 6, 2012

In to Win

I think National Review's Victor Davis Hanson has put his finger, precisely, on Romney's growing appeal among conservatives who were once wary of him (still are actually):  He will fight back, and hard.
But the real significance of firing back is not just to balance impressions with the general public or to warn Team Obama of the boomerang effect each time they offer up a new diversion. Instead, it is to remind the Republican base that Romney intends to go all out, and would rather win a bloody fight than lose in noble aloofness.

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