Failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney appeared in an interview on Fox News recently to argue in favor of a candidate in 2016 that represents as broad a spectrum of the party as possible. That list apparently doesn't include Ted Cruz or Rand Paul.
Also, a new poll shows that Mike Huckabee is in the lead for potential presidential candidates, with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie slipping after his "Bridgegate" scandal. Is the guy who said that government is "Uncle Sugar" to women going to win?
And is Rand Paul ready to get serious with his rhetoric in the "War on Women" narrative if he has to face down a potential Hillary Clinton?