Speaking of discontent with the Republican field, I talked the other day to a pretty prominent conservative officeholder who’s constantly been discussing with people around the country the possibility of a new entrant or a push to draft someone....
Bobby Jindal, who is extremely knowledge [sic]....
It’s hard to argue, though, with the bottom line of this conservative: In an election with enormous consequences for the future of our country, “we don’t have our A team on the field.”
The fact that the GOP presidential field is only capable of coughing up a gang of clownish shysters and a laughably phony hack indicates that the GOP is not a political party, but Fox News by other means.
I have a lot of respect for number-crunching political science predictions about elections. But I'm pretty sure about this: we can throw out all statistical models about prior elections because the modern GOP has gone off the charts nuts.
Romney will probably win the nomination, but he is anyhow an astonshingly bad candidate.
He's godawful! Why isn't he dominating the GOP field...? Pay attention to him.