The Dunces' Corner at NRO at this moment leads with the 'NRO Twitter Tracker', where we see
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should work sooner or later— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty)
Sounds like both an implicit conservative recognition of their inability to respond to Michelle Obama's brilliant speech ("Hey, we might have a retort. Someday. Or maybe not."), and their general failure to produce anything good, as well as an NRO proclamation of Republican ideology ('Oh, it might work, in the distant future. Just trust us.').
And Jonah Goldberg writes his thoughts about Michelle Obama's speech:
All of that said, I thought as a political speech it was excellent and did nearly everything she needed it to do. She was more comfortable and convincingly passionate than Ann Romney and made not only a defense of her husband the man (where Ann also excelled) but also of her husband’s policies (where Ann Romney was largely silent, if memory serves).
Michelle Obama is more comfortable and convincing speaking about decency, justice, progress, and all that is good for America than Ann Romney because she actually believes what she is saying and supports it!