He was on Laura Ingram last week and for every question she asked he went into canned campaign rhetoric. Toward the end she told him his answers are "boring."
I have heard a lot of the interviews on her show and his was right at the bottom.
If he does that in a debate he isn't going to do well at all.
Isn't it a bit too soon in the campaign for a candidate to already have nothing but canned talking points.
I thought he was sharper with Levin. He was crystal clear on the federal DREAM act (opposes outright, called it amnesty more than once) and expanded on why he continues to support Texas' in-state tuition policy. The rest was pretty routine.
I've noticed talk radio is more combative than in 2000 when W ran. It's probably for the best.