Charles Krauthammer, on the edge of despair:
Indeed, one measure of the weakness of the two finalists is this: The more each disappears from view, the better he fares.
Obama prospered when he was below radar during the Republican primaries. Now that they’re over and he’s back out front, his fortunes have receded.
And, for good measure, he also weighs in on Jeb Bush's charge that Ronald Reagan would've had a tough time getting nominated in today's GOP.
It just nominated Mitt Romney who lives a good 14 nautical miles to the left of Ronald Reagan.
Indeed, it might be fair to say that the GOP hasn't nominated a true conservative since Reagan, which obviously throws Jeb's theory out-of-whack.