In it, but not of it. TPM DC
Romney goes hard-line against Democrats, too -- sounding more like potential 2012 rival Sarah Palin than the former governor Massachusetts, who made his reputation reaching out to the opposition party in his state.
"They simply do not believe in America as it was shaped by the Founders,'' he writes. "They do not believe that the principles and values that made America a great nation still apply.''
In a nod to what will likely be the central issue of his expected presidential campaign (as well as President Obama's), Viser writes that Romney attempts to separate himself from the so-called Obamacare law -- ironic, "since the national plan was largely based on the one Romney steered to passage in Massachusetts."
Read the Globe's look at Romney's new edition of No Apology here.