By Jeremy Lott - Special to The Washington Times Shares
"I'm not sure that issue will be in the forefront, but you never know. It could come down to that," said Dave Carney, a GOP political consultant in New Hampshire, home to the first primary after Iowa's party caucuses.
"That is the great thing about this race. There is no one you have to be for, there is no one you have to be against," Mr. Carney said. "It looks to me like they are the only campaign running a national campaign, and ultimately that gives him longer legs than anyone else."