Mitt Romney has a big day ahead of him tomorrow, and scribes are considering his fate. Three opinions:
- The New Republic’s Noam Scheiber says Mitt’s the GOP frontrunner: He only needs to make the final two to be judged the best all-around Republican. Plus, electoral chaos has hurt other hopefuls’ fundraising.
- The American Prospect’s Ezra Klein is a Romney-hater, but the distaste is “being overwhelmed" by his unease with media scorn for the candidate. The hatred is obvious in their mockery of his jobs pitch, and Klein’s calling foul.
- Andrew Sullivan has broken conservative ranks to support Obama, but he turns his eye back rightward on news that Mitt’s a big donor to the National Review, which has endorsed him. Sullivan is angry the mag didn’t disclose Romney’s generosity.