Mitt Romney will need a running mate. Is it too soon to bring Condoleezza Rice out of the Hoover Institution? (Politico)

What Mitt Romney could learn from George Romney: “When George Romney, Mitt’s father, was chairman and CEO of American Motors, he voluntarily turned down $268,000 in pay over five years, which represented about 20 percent of his earnings over that period.” (Washington Post)

Republican leaders should treat Ron Paul a little better, if for no other reason than out of fear of losing his followers. (National Review)

CFR’s Peter Orszag: What happens when older workers delay retirement and there are no jobs in a weak economy? (Bloomberg)

Room for Debate asks: What can’t the polls tell us? (New York Times)

Michigan Democrats unveil plan to finance free college tuition by eliminating corporate tax credits. (ThinkProgress)

Cuomo’s pension reduction plan is cause for optimism says Manhattan Institute’s Josh Barro, but it’s still not bold enough. (New York Post)

Who lost Turkey? (National Review)

“Barack Obama has been establishing new rules of racial referencing. In general, his utterances follow a disheartening pattern. When he is ahead in the polls, has won an election, and is not campaigning, then he emphasizes the unity of the country. But when he is running for president, or campaigning for others, or sinking in the polls, he and his closest associates predictably revert to charges of racial bigotry, albeit usually coded and subtle. America is redeemed when it champions the Obamas, but retrograde when it does not,” writes Victor Davis Hanson. (National Review)

U.S. Postal Service fares worse in recession than foreign posts. (Cato)