Andrew Sullivan wonders whether Mitt Romney might be running on Sarah Palin’s playbook:
[A]lmost no press conferences; no account of his faith’s dominant influence on his life; an absence of actual policy proposals . . .
And don’t forget his tax returns from his years of running Bain Capital. (Where are they, by the way?)
Mitt Romney’s betting that he can slip into the presidency on weak economic numbers alone. And he may win that bet. But if he does, it won’t be right.