Interesting and lively article giving a lukewarm 'meh' discusion of Romney's skill set by Jonah Goldberg. Jonah's argument, which I totally agree with, is that it is not the business of government to provide jobs. Sensible government provides the environment in which private enterprise creates jobs. Government does roads, jails, courts and the military which protect the people from the predators. In this environment people with passions and skills divide up the labor and make things and do things that help each other for a price. The central problem with the Government is they do too many things badly. Just like the mega corps of the 70s which got streamlined in the 80's, removing the bloat and focusing on what they should be doing made lots of folks very rich. The same thing should be done with the government. In addition, of course, there is the GAO making studies of government wasting time and money. How does this translate into making Romney an attractive candidate. I don't believe there is really a way to do that. If the best you can say about him is that Danny DaVito played him in a movie, that is less than an endorsement.