I'm trying to study up on all the candidates and have found that, with the exception of Duncan Hunter, there's not a perfect candidate. For me there are some that are right on several issues and only have some question marks (like Huckabee, Thompson, McCain, Paul and Romney). There are others who are almost complete zeros when it comes to the issues (like Giuliani, Hillary, Obama, Edwards, etc.). So for those of you who don't want to base your vote on a preconceived idea and want to read up as much as you can on the candidates, here's an opinion article on Mitt Romney that I found. It actually brings up cases of when he was governor and made very good decisions (decisions that Hillary, Obama and/or Edwards simply would not make because of ideological differences). Here's the Mitt Romney article if you are open to there being good in him. When it comes to the majority if issues, he, like Huckabee, appears to be running on the right side. So in my opinion it's a matter of if we trust him to preside that way. This article will demonstrate that he has governed that way.