Former Massachusetts Republican Gov. Mitt Romney offered a sweeping preview of his message for his all-but-announced 2012 presidential run Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).Mitt Romney received cheers from the capacity crowd on day two of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Read more at Real Clear Politics.
In a speech designed to paint him as a credible general election challenger to President Obama, Romney went after the president right off the bat, lambasting his attempts to shake up his staff and embrace centrism as merely cosmetic.
"Make no mistake: What we are watching is not Brave New World; what we're watching is Groundhog Day!" he said to laughs in the crowd.