I continue to be intrigued by Governor Romney's possible candidacy for president. (Article6blog is evidence of my interest in the issues a Romney candidacy will raise.)
Last night he was interviewed on the Charlie Rose show. If, like me, you never stay up to watch that show, you can see it here. There's a free live stream of the previous day's show. Yesterday's show (the June 5 broadcast) was not yet posted at 12:30 p.m. Pacific time. I called the show's office and they said it will be up later today.
The interview's interesting on many levels. I think Romney is a serious candidate. He certainly does well on television.
One interesting (and revelaing) aspect of the interview was that Woodruff went out of her way to ask Romney what he thinks of the Al Gore global warming movie. Romney's response was not as interesting as Woodruff's choice of subject matter. Out of all the issues now facing the country, why is that one potential Democratic candidate's pet issue a subject for an interview with a potential Republican candidate?