The time to bash is at the polls on November 6, and this is not without reference to Romney. AFIK We need to be paying the same attention to other portions of the slate with the same scrutiny as to whether they intend to uphold conservative, limited government or not.
For me in Ohio, it’s fairly easy. Josh Mandel is conservative, and I’m from the very conservative 2d district, so any republican candidate is going to be conservative, and ours is.
So far as other candidates in lesser races in our local area, they wouldn’t survive if even hinted of liberalism.
Issues on the ballot are strange with me. Anything with over about a 100 words, no matter who’s supporting it, I generally reject, thinking that lawyers can make great hay out of extended verbosity. (See 2700 page ObamaCare law...won’t know what’s in it until it’s passed.)