On Fox News, Charles Krauthammer urges Mitt Romney to take a hint from Wisconsin and incorporate an ostensibly riskier message which Wisconsin proved can be rewarded.
"He's extremely risk averse by nature, and there's nothing wrong with that, but I think this is showing him that you don't have to be to win this election.
.... this election showed that kind of spirit of 2010 -- the kind of, if you like, constitutional conservatives philosophy, smaller government is still alive and well and can be used in this election.
I think there are elements of the Ryan plan that Romney might want to highlight -- either tax reform or entitlement reform -- but something that's risky and bold and strong. I'm not sure he would do it, but I think it would help him, and Wisconsin is saying this is going to work, the electorate is grown up, and they can take it."