Dick Morris, who managed President Clinton's 1996 re-election bid, says in an column for NewsMax that conservatives have no clear choice in the Republican field of candidates so far.
Morris points out that Mitt Romney may have a hard time with conservatives due to his stand on abortion. "Romney seems to be a chameleon who adjusts his positions to suit the need of his environment. When he was running in a liberal state against the most liberal member of the Senate, he talked liberal. But now that he wants to win a Republican primary with a conservative base, he speaks their language." Morris said of Governor Romney.
So who does the conservative branch of the party have to turn to? Morris says that Arkansas Governor Huckabee and Senator Brownback would be options for conservatives.