As Mitt Romney's campaign has pursued its strategy in these late spring-to-early summer months, there's been one glaring gap: specifics. No one really has much of an idea what Romney wants to do in terms of policy or what issues he particularly wants to prioritize. Pundits have noticed. Let's recall Peggy Noonan's admonishment to Romney: "Mr. Romney has to give us a plan. He has to tell us his priorities. To lead is to prioritize, to choose." This is a sentiment that's filtered into the Sunday morning political discussion. And meanwhile, the vacuum he's been permitted to open has been very well filled by the negative ads that the Obama campaign has launched in the swing states, ads that went heavy on attacking -- that's right! -- Romney's record at Bain.