Finally: The Romney/Holyfield fight promo

To cleanse the palate, via the IJR, Romney’s more likable here in two minutes than he was in 15 months of stage-managed stumping during Campaign 2012. You wouldn’t vote for this man again? You’d vote for this man again.

Ann Coulter hasn’t given up hope yet. Neither have I. Especially after reading this:

Representatives of some 40 conservative groups plan to meet Wednesday at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in the Washington suburb of McLean, Virginia, where they will air their fears of having the nomination process hijacked by establishment Republicans and wrestle over different strategies to turn the primaries and caucuses to their advantage…

[One] idea offered by former Missouri GOP chairman Ed Martin is fresh to the quadrennial confab of conservatives. He wants to launch a concerted effort to persuade every GOP candidate to stay into the race until the end.

The goal would get each of the dozen or more expected GOP candidates to hold onto their delegates and to finish their campaigns at the Republican nominating convention in Cleveland in summer 2016, increasing the chance for a brokered deal for the nomination.

Strange things can happen at a brokered convention. Strange, wonderful things.

Exit question: This fight can’t possibly be duller than Mayweather/Pacquiao, can it?