I'm working on an essay summing up my opinions on the current GOP field of candidates for the presidential nomination. I've given some candidates, including the presumed frontrunner, a second look.
I've come to the conclusion there are significant reassurances that must be forthcoming from all the candidates. And I have some advice for fellow conservatives who are going a bit hinky complaining about our candidates.
Look at the policy coming from our White House and tell me why you think we don't have a candidate in our field significantly better for our country than President Barack Obama.
More later, once an afternoon meeting concludes.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day)