Sat Oct 6, 2012, 11:07 AM
kpete (52,369 posts)
ST Louis Post Dispatch ENDORSES OBAMA: "Romney will say anything that will help him win an election"
Editorial: Obama for president: A second term for a serious man
As to Mr. Romney, we are puzzled. Which Mitt Romney are we talking about? The one who said of himself, in 2002, "I'm not a partisan Republican. I'm someone who is moderate and ... my views are progressive."
Or is it the Mitt Romney who posed as a "severely conservative" primary candidate? Is it the Mitt Romney who supported abortion rights and public health care subsidies in Massachusetts or the one who is pro-life and anti-Obamacare now?
Is it the Mitt Romney who wants to cut taxes by $5 trillion or the one who can't remember saying that now? Is it the Mitt Romney who said in May that 47 percent of Americans are moochers or the one who said last week that's not what he believes?
Mr. Romney apparently will say anything that will help him win an election. As a president, he might well govern as a pragmatic chief executive, or he might sell himself to the plutocrats and the crazies who have taken over his party. He is asking Americans to take a lot on faith — there's nothing to see in his tax returns; he can cut taxes and whack away debt while trimming deductions he will not specify.
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Sat Oct 6, 2012, 11:34 AM
global1 (15,048 posts)
4. That's The Message That Needs To Be Repeated & Repeated Until Election Day By All Of Us.....
and all the Dems and Obama leaning talking heads.
Rmoney will say anything that will help him win an election. Depending on his audience he'll change his story. He'll say anything to anybody to help him win. Case in point was his performance at the debate and his 180 on his 47% comments. Can you really believe anything he says? Can you trust this man?
The big question is "Is this the type of person that you want as your President?"