The Corner

If Audience Reaction is any indication

Governor Romney’s case for himself as a conservative leader may be going over well — covering philosphy of government, government efficiency, corruption, spending, education, health care, the war. He explained his abortion position in detail, laying out how and why “I’ve changed my view on that.” He warned about the threat we face from Iran — saying that we should pursue and “indictment of Ahmadinijad for incitement of genocide.”

Most impressive though, he did’t suffer any injuries from all the laughing at Mark Steyn’s hysterical opening act. Others were not so lucky.

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