After former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney spoke to a conference sponsored by the National Review, the editor of that magazine did not give Romney a thumbs-up.
In a blog entry, Rich Lowry said Romney's lack of discussion about Iraq was "bizarre and just wrong and almost offensive in my view." He also accused Romney of pandering to the conservative audience when he discussed signing a "no new taxes" pledge.
On Romney's explanation as to how he became pro-life, Lowry said, "His account of how he came to change his view on abortion —-through the issue of stem-cell research —- isn't very compelling and he would probably be better off not talking about it at all."
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