The fact of the matter, Byron, is that Willard has no partnership with conservatives and conservatives have no partnership with Mittens. He is a snake-oil salesman with striking similarity to the common chameleon. And any conservative sees that.
Some conservatives may choose to tolerate him because of the moral imperative to oust the current illegal regime so that the anti-christ cannot do any more damage to this country (note the lower case use of anti-christ here and consider its meaning versus the meaning if it was capitalized).
And, Byron, every time one of Willard's spokespeople issues an idiotic comment such as the "she'd have been covered under Romneycare", it reminds us that Willard is just another big-government northeastern liberal and if anybody but Hussein was occupying 1600 Pennsylvania, all of us would sit this one out (and even with Hussein squatting at that address...there are not a few of us who will still sit this one out because of the offensiveness of Mittens).
There is no partnership. Get it straight Byron.
What Rush, Erick and even loon Coulter are saying is right - they want Team Romney to fight back instead of simply accepting the lies or trying to play around with it and the problem they all point our to is the advisors, mostly out of Boston who are idiots anyway
You know who already occupies the position as "the beast', so that wouldn't really work here.
As usual, when it comes to evil there are always an almost limitless supply of "acolytes".
Exactly the same lady came out about a week prior and said Romney still believes gays should be able fully to participate in the Boy Scouts, and not a peep that I’ve heard from the so-called, conservative commentators.
These people — all of them, apparently — have abandoned social conservatism.
To all of them, Jesus’ words: “lay not up for yourselves treasures on earth where moth and rust corrupt and where thieves break through and steal. Instead, lay up for yourselves treasure in heaven where moth and rust do not corrupt and where thieves do not break through and steal. For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.”
Given that early defection from the conservative camp, does a Byron York byline automatically qualify as its own barf alert?
That said, the article isn't too bad, except insofar as you point out that York still thinks there is some sort of "Thing" or meeting of the minds between conservatives and the Mittens camp. Not with all those long needles, swords, and dirks sticking in Sarah's back, all with the Mitt Romney monogram embossed on their hilts and pommels.
Romney has slimed himself completely out of the circle of what conservatives can embrace or even put up with, and York doesn't seem to get it.