Mitt Romney: A Liberal's Liberal Republican

The most prominent candidate for the GOP nomination is former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.  He's a prolific fundraiser and enjoys widespread name recognition, and he's the darling of the GOP establishment.  George Will lists him as one of the few serious presidential candidates. But should Romney be the GOP's presidential nominee?  The answer is "absolutely not." Although there is no "perfect conservative," and although conservatives have serious issues with every candidate running, Mitt Romney is nothing more than a strident liberal masquerading as a moderate.  As Selwyn Duke rightly wrote in 2007, Romney is the Barack Obama of the GOP.  Every Republican has made his share of mistakes, but Romney is a committed liberal on the whole spectrum of issues. Conservatives know that Romney was pro-abortion for a long time before he first ran for the presidency in 2007, at which time he "changed his position" because he was now asking for the votes of...(Read Full Article)