Romney's statement today sums up pretty directly how he feels about the rest of the Republicans running.
He changed the channel, so to speak.
Lack of enthusiasm drawn by the Iowa Freedom Summit this month suggests a possible return to the "classics."
The newest version of Mitt Romney wants to address chronic poverty. But where's the beef?
Why is Romney even considering another run? The answers are simple.
Let's get serious. A Palin run — let alone a nomination — isn't going to happen.
He should pitch to them in 2016 and let the political establishment duke it out for the cameras.
Does the result in 2012 mean 2016 will have the same ending?
It is likely to be a very gubernatorial campaign in 2016 — but what about the mayors?
It might be a Massachusetts showdown with Warren and Romney, but there is also Webb, of Jacksonian hill country in the southern Appalachians.