Updated on Thursday, June 3, 2010 at 11:56AM by Kay B. Day, Editor
By Kay B. Day
Gov. Charlie Crist (I-Fla.) did an interview by phone with The Hill, saying, “When you’re not affiliated with a party, it can be very lonely, particularly initially.”
But if truth were to rear its lovely head, the loneliness might be better attributed to the governor’s various reversals on policy as well as his decision to hang onto campaign funds solicited as a Republican candidate.
Crist said the GOP has been “drifting so far to the right.” He didn’t feel “comfortable” anymore.
The discomfort was predictable, though not for reasons Crist cited in the interview.