This is a serious question. I've been watching the primaries for a while now and I still can't seem to figure this out. Just about every GOOD politician has a specific "issue" that they are PASSIONATE about... one they are known for spending a lot of time on and one they are known for lobbying for with unwavering strength and determination. In other words they have a root cause or a purpose behind their being in politics. For instance in the case of Gingrich has has an extensive background when it comes to dealing with the economy. His biggest accomplishment as Speaker of the House was welfare reform. Conservative "Reagan Era" economics are a big issue for him. Santorum is seen as a champion of social issues. Abortion, Defense of Marriage, Private and religious schooling. All of these things he is clearly passionate about and he has an authentic desire to see morals and values continue to drive American life. Ron Paul, another example, his drive is a non-interventionist foreign policy. Saving money by cutting down our troops overseas, and no longer "policing the world" as well as pulling out of the UN and ending Foreign Aid as we know it. So I've been trying to figure this out? What actually drives Romney? What is it that makes him "authentic"? I can't find anything. Not to bash him, (or whatever) but the guy SIMPLY doesn't seem authentic to me. I mean he's flipped on just about every major issue, Abortion, Gay Rights, Gun Control, etc. His health care plan was the basis of Obamacare, so repealing Obamacare can't possibly what drives him. What is motivating this guy to win the Republican Nomination... besides... winning?