Larison ponders Mitch Daniels' foreign policy:
Daniels has been very reticent on foreign policy, which hasn’t bothered me. Still, if his silence is the product of a lack of interest or lack of detailed knowledge of the subject, what are the odds that he is going to turn out to be an unconventional Republican on foreign policy questions? Isn’t it more likely that Daniels will feel the need to minimize his differences with the rest of the field on other issues in order to separate himself on the fiscal issues that do interest him?
Yglesias, meanwhile, hopes Daniels will run as himself.