The fact that she mentions the Tea Party like that shows she has an agenda.
I heard Romney's speech last night after the Nevada tally was mostly in. Someone in that camp has been doing their homework because he hit all the TEA party talking points, (with the exception of "No additional gun-control"), including a pledge to "Repeal Obamacare".
Yep, that was Willard.
Of course, Willard has had more flip-flops than all the beaches in Florida, but his delivery was smooth and not a hair was out of place.
Mitt has been compared to a used car salesman, and although I think the salesmen are mostly entitled to an apology, he is slick and smooth, and if you just tuned in, you might be fooled.
But since Ann got pulled into the Christie gravity well, she has seemed to be caught in the orbits of the Northeastern Republican crowd who claim to be "conservative" because they are not as far Left as the rest of that bunch up there. I suppose excessive immersion in that might alter one's perspective but I have been chagrinned at her apparent conversion. For someone who appeared to be so in tune with conservatives to be pulled in by all that is a grave disappointment but also a warning that no one is completely immune to the seductive nature of power.