If the conservative movement's anti-Mitt Romney forces want to knock the front-runner off his seemingly inevitable path toward the nomination, they're running out of time. And, if the fallout from Romney's victory in Iowa is any indication, they know it, too.
Politico reported Wednesday that a group of conservative leaders -- including James Dobson of Focus on the Family and Don Wildmon, an ex-chairman of the American Family Association -- are meeting in Texas this weekend to find a presidential candidate they can unite behind. Thus far, the movement has been incapable of anointing a leader any for more than a few weeks, intermittently rallying behind contenders like Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich only to look elsewhere weeks later.
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