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Here is the post that Hideracker was responding to:
Boy, Romney really does seem to be reshaping the Republican Party. I am pretty sure that the guy who expresses the following sentiments--a prolific winger blogger--was one of the many in the party who were "ABR" (Anyone But Romney) during the primaries: As I listened to Romney, I asked myself: what better spokesman for conservative ideas have we had in recent years? I couldn’t think of any. You can go back to Reagan, of course. Reagan’s style was more cerebral, less passionate. He was a great articulator of conservatism, but no better, in my opinion, than Romney. Since Reagan? I can’t think of anyone. While Romney spoke, I was flanked by two of Minnesota’s most dedicated conservative activists and donors. I asked each in turn, what better spokesman for conservative principles has our movement had in recent years? Like me, they couldn’t come up with any.