Mitt Romney's future is, as they say, an open book.
That's the word from National Journal
's Jill Lawrence, who ponders
what's in store for the former presidential candidate in his return to private life. Apart from time spent studying the details of his failed bid for presidency - the results of which, says Romney's son Tagg, he'll pitch to Republicans lest they meet the same fate - the most likely priorities for the Republican will be family and faith.
, according to Lawrence, is Romney moving back in to politics: "The real surprise will be if Romney dives into politics, maybe by forming a super PAC or making huge contributions to other political action committees or new areas of civic activism."
What kind of civic activism? Lawrence suggests he fund young entrepreneurs with big ideas and little resources, among other ideas. Of course whatever he does, it won't be for the sake of his own
resource troubles: "He's 65 and he has all the money he needs, a personal fortune estimated at $230 million."
That's a lot of unleaded gas
Via National Journal