Mitt Romney's 1992 Democratic Primary vote for Paul Tsongas -- a technocratic modernizer and reformer, but very much a Democrat -- raised some Republican eyebrows last week.
What hasn't been mentioned: Romney's vote formally enrolled him in the Democratic Party.
And here's an image of him registering in 1976 as an independent, not in the party his own father ran for President in.
So, those of you that think we have to vote for this man because we have to "unify the party"—which party exactly are we unifying? How can we nominate the man whose health care plan is the number one conservative objection to Obama?
Just to win? When given a choice between a Democrat and a Crypto-Democrat, the voters are just going to go with the Democrat.