The vice presidential search is more than a guessing game or a waiting game -- it's a political striptease, with campaigns slowly peeling off layers one at a time until we get to the naked truth: Who Mitt Romney will pick as his running mate. From speculating when the announcement will be made to dissecting how certain states play in the VP strategy, any piece of information can come under scrutiny for its connection to Romney and potential VP contenders.
The art of picking a vice president is, at least in this case for the Mitt Romney campaign, revealing a little bit at a time about who this person could or could not be.
The latest glove to come off this week came with the announcement of some of the top Republicans who will speak at the Republican convention later this month, raising the question of whether or not the names revealed on this list can be removed from the VP prospect list.
But as we search for clues into Romney's thinking, the Romney campaign has learned toRead More »from Veepstakes: The political striptease of choosing a candidate