Juan Williams gives Mitt Romney big props for his speech to the NAACP yesterday, calling it "bold" and his moment on ObamaCare "impressive."
"I just thought it was such a bold move by Mitt Romney -- who I normally think of as a very cautious politician -- to go before the NAACP, because he could easily have had a bad moment.
.... when the booing started with regard to ObamaCare, he didn't back down. To me, that was very impressive. He then explained his position and explained it in terms of jobs and economics.
And I think he might have won some people at least their respect, if not their vote.