Who's the Conservative Hope?
Ask Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
One thing that strikes me interesting is that while they acknowledge that some of the more liberal positions that Rudy Giuliani and John McCain have do not cause them problems personally, they see those issues hurting them with more conservative voters:
He's fine with us, but not with the party base.
Again, we're OK with all this, but you don't win in South Carolina with these positions.
It strikes me as just possible that Morris and McGann are underestimating the willingness of the social conservatives to go along with a candidate who may not agree with them on everything, but who is solid on the war on terror.