Like all Americans, President Bush knows how he feels about the presidential candidates. Unlike most Americans, however, Bush’s position prohibits him from endorsing an individual as of yet. He did, however, voice some opinions during an off-the-record lunch Sunday, including voicing some concerns about lingually-challenged flip-flopper Mitt Romney. The Washington Post reports:
There are parts of Romney’s record that appeal to Bush, another Republican governor who tried to work with Democrats and as leader of his state focused on achieving reform on an important domestic issue, in Romney’s case health care… Still, like other Republicans, associates said Bush has been discomforted by Romney’s changing stances on issues such as abortion and gay rights.
Bush also worries that Rudy Giuliani‘s too soft on the gays.