Mitt Romney's campaign is making terrible, horrible, no good, very bad deals


Please go read Steve M.'s post at Booman in which he cites WaPo. Here's a horrifying example of what Steve refers to as quid pro quos:

Among those being courted is Richard Land, a longtime leader of the Southern Baptist Convention....

Land said that after a private dinner with Romney last year at Acadiana, a Washington restaurant, Romney's advisers have been in regular touch. Land said he recently told them that Romney could win over recalcitrant conservatives by picking Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) as his vice presidential running mate and previewing a few Cabinet selections: Santorum as attorney general, Gingrich as ambassador to the United Nations and John Bolton as secretary of state.

Steve ends with, "I think it's safe to say that he's going to promise to do what a lot of crazy people want if he becomes president."

Indeed, he'll be a real pleaser, because up until now, he's stuck so hard to his, you know, convictions. And by convictions, I mean: