Here is one report that can be found on this story.
...Mitt Romney put personal animosity toward John McCain aside for the good of the party, aides say.
I am not sure they like each other still. But it looks like Romney could have a couple of intentions here.
1. Like the quoted statement, he is wanting to put aside his differences and support the eventual nominee for the good of his party. Good for the party, good for the country.
2. He wanted to stick it to Huckabee, one last time. In no way, do I believe this was his primary objective or intention. It's just one of those secondary gains that come as an added bonus, if you act now while supplies last.
I think it is a safe bet that Romney's delegates will go with McCain (which means he could go well over the top, in the next primary or two).
Huckabee and the evangelical force seriously need to give up of their bid to split the party, over theologically-based social issues. I say this mainly, because 1) it isn't working to any real degree, 2)it risks creating an electoral environment that will put a bigger spender and far more socially liberal politician in office (certainly more than McCain would ever be).
I am sorry, but they just have to get over it. It does their cause no good to embattle on over trivial things, and it will not help them in future elections or debates. Hardcore conservatives like Dobson, Limbaugh and Coulter wanting to have a Democrat over McCain, is childish, silly, and foolish. And they may get their wish, if they do not shape up.
Obama isn't saying a hell of a lot of things, except feel good stuff. He wants us to believe that he has the magic wand that will work. So, one is only left to extrapolate that he will do the will of those that support him, which is tax and spend. Take from the rich and give to the poor. Is that what we want?
Hillary tells us what she will do, up front. But every time I hear her promises, I hear the sounds of an old manual cash register go off in my head, only to be followed my this fade-in of the song Money, by Pink Floyd. I see dollars with wings fly out of my wallet and into the government's. I, then, see it fly out of their hands into the hands of those that abuse it and waste it.
It's not bad when a candidate can produce "well synchronized" audio and visual hallucinations, all in the same breath. (And never take a drug to do it.) But I haven't got time to worry about those kinds of things, I'd rather stay rooted in reality.