Dick Polman considers the potshots that the aspirants for the Republican presidential keep aiming at each other, in violation of Reagan’s “Eleventh Commandment”: “Thou shalt not speak ill of a fellow Republican.”
It’s a delicious collection of calumny.
. . . perhaps the most important is the ongoing shootout between old Romney and new Romney. When Ronald Reagan invoked his 11th Commandment, he probably never anticipated a scenario in which a frontrunner would essentially speak ill of his former self. Or former selves. While denying he needs to do any such thing.