Bob Novak’s review of 2008 candidates had little to say about Mitt Romney other than he’s gotten creamed this week:

The key to Romney, though, seems to be that he shifts his positions on issues important to Republican primary voters. The Log Cabin letter was cleverly released by someone while Romney was in Japan, and he did not respond for four days. The combination of this and his abortion flip-flop could strangle his candidacy in its crib — it has already deflated him somewhat in the blogosphere.

Deflated? I don’t know about that. But could you imagine this kind of negative anti-Romney snarkiness last week?

So Blunt makes cloning a constitutional right in his state, and Romney vows to ban it nationally? That’s a division of labor, I guess.

Or from Redstate.