More "pledge" nonsense, this time from Mitt Romney. Remember folks, while its a near-lock that Romney will be the nominee, he currently is NOT the nominee and there are still two other candidates out there . . . one of which, Ron Paul, raised $10 million in the first fund-raising quarter of 2012.
The Romney people need to understand that everyone will be for him, but they have to allow others supporters to go through their process of getting to him. Forcing the state chairman of Iowa, kind of an important position, to sign a pledge of support is assinine because he will be there for him. Its a worrisome sign that Romney and his team are going to try and be tough guys on conservatives who WILL support him, but just need to have some time to get there.