Saturday, September 19, 2009

Mitt Romney: The Amazing Spineless Man

Mitt Romney's complete and total lack of any guiding principles whatsoever is truly breathtaking. I don't know how he is able to stand-up straight and walk down the street.

Mitt spoke today at the Value Voters meeting in DC and Dave Weigel was there to document the flip-flops.

Mitt Romney at the Values Voter Summit this morning:

When government is trying to take over health care, buying car companies, bailing out banks, and giving half the White House staff the title of czar – we have every good reason to be alarmed and to speak our mind!

Romney at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February:

I know we didn’t all agree on TARP. I believe that it was necessary to prevent a cascade of bank collapses. For free markets to work, there has to be a currency and a functioning financial system.

If this were any other candidate it would be a minor story. After all, we're talking about a politician. Obama was against mandates before he was in favor of them, for instance.

But Romney's flip-flops involve polar opposites. In the 30 years I've followed politics I've never seen anything like Mitt.

Romney was against Reagan before he was for him; for abortion before he was against it; for gun control before he was against it, for universal health care before he was against it, and on, and on, and on,....

Does Romney stand for anything? In a couple hours any opo firm could turn out a dozen ads to run against Romney.

Go to Youtube and search "Romney flip flop" and you will find many, many video. Here are a few, starting with my favorite:

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