I hate to admit it, but Sarah Palin actually makes quite a bit of sense here. I’m not saying that the other candidates’ attacks on Romney’s work for Bain Capital don’t have an anti-capitalist tone to them. But Palin is absolutely right that if Romney doesn’t confront these criticisms now he will be forced to confront them in the general election (and even if he does confront them now, he’ll see them again). Gingrich, Santorum, and Perry might back off when they hear cries of class warfare. Barack Obama will take those complaints to mean he’s doing something right.
Also, I guess we know who Sarah Palin won’t be endorsing for president. Which kind of begs the question: If the other candidates are forced out either by lack of support or lack of funding (or both), would Palin endorse Paul before backing Romney?