In an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol continued to express his discontent with the current GOP field and hint at his desire for a new candidate.
“I think these are very weak front runners,” Kristol said of Perry and Romney. “The front-runners in 2007 on the Republican side, if you look at the polls were Giuliani and Thompson. In 2003, in September, were Howard Dean and Wesley Clark, who had just entered the race. You can have a nominee who is not a front-runner in September the year before the nomination.”
Writing on his blog after the Republican debate last week, Kristol noted “there will be a lot of attention paid to Chris Christie’s Reagan Library speech Tuesday.”