Romney advisor says Mitt will shed his conservatism once he's the nominee

What little there is of it, I suppose. Actually, it's not exactly clear what Romney advisor Eric Fehrnstrom was saying. He might have been referring to how Republican voters view him during a general election campaign. Even if he was, the optics of what he said are all wrong. ABC News: When his campaign spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom was asked this morning on CNN how the GOP frontrunner would make the pivot to the general election, Fehrnstrom compared Romney's primary campaign to an Etch A Sketch, a gaffe that spread like wildfire to Romney's rival's stump speeches. "Well, I think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign. Everything changes. It's almost like an Etch A Sketch," Fehrnstrom told CNN's John Fugelsang. "You can kind of shake it up and restart all of over again. But I will say, if you look at the exit polling data in Illinois, you'll see that Mitt Romney is broadly acceptable to most of the factions in the party. You have to do that in order to become the...(Read Full Post)