One of the on-and-off themes of the Republican primary was conservative elites' desire for a sharper, more daring policy vision from Mitt Romney -- a candidate who has generally been most comfortable speaking in general, politically safe terms about the economy.
The folks at POLITICO Live picked up two more calls for boldness on the Sunday shows today, from a pair of the GOP's most prized leaders in the states:
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels urged Mitt Romney on Sunday to offer a bold, transformative agenda as he runs for the presidency – instead of simply running as the alternative to the current occupant of the White House.
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