Liz Mair at GOPProgress.com points out that the infamous Romney YouTube video had over 40,000 hits. The source behind this, as well as most other attacks, have been those on the right who I not-so-affectionately refer to as the zampolit wing of conservatism.
But look at the transcript of his interview with Hugh Hewitt. There's a sharp guy there, especially when you look at his track record.
So it leads to a question: Why is it so-called "real" conservatives have to dig up old issues? Are they too chicken to deal with his record, or do "real conservatives" who back folks like Tancredo and Paul incapable of providing positive reasons to vote for their people, so they have to tear others down?