Mitt Romney’s Latest Flipflop Uncovered

Mitt Romney’s Latest Flipflop Uncovered

Don’t forget to read Barack Obama’s Biggest Flip-flops and all of His Double-talk too!

 

Does Mitt Romney seem like a man who is more motivated by principles than he is by self-interest?  Does he seem like a man who has core values that you can count on?  Does he seem like someone that you can trust with the reigns of your federal government?  Does this most recent video release prove that Mitt Romney is just another Washington insider hypocrite, while he continues to criticize Rick Santorum for doing something that he himself boasts of doing?  Is Mitt Romney just like the pot that calls the kettle black?  Whatever you think of Mitt Romney, it is important that you listen to the following video that has been recently uncovered before you decide to support him in the Primary.

 

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Mitt Romney – Serial Flipflopper

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Romney’s FlipFlops

Mitt Romney’s FlipFlops

If You think these flip-flops are bad wait till you read all the double-talk coming from Barack Obama!

Flip 1: “Roe v. Wade has gone too far.”
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Flop 1: “I believe that since Roe v. Wade has been the law for 20 years we should sustain and support it.”
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Flip 2: “I respect and will protect a woman’s right to choose.”
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Flop 2: “I never really called myself pro-choice.”
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Flip 3: “I’ve been a hunter pretty much all my life.”
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Flop 3: “Any description of my being a hunter is an overstatement of capability.”
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Flip 4: “It was not my desire to go off and serve in Vietnam.”
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Flop 4: “I longed in many respects to actually be in Vietnam and be representing our country there.”
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Flip 5: “I’m not trying to return to Reagan-Bush.”
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Flop 5: “Ronald Reagan is… my hero.”
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Flip 6: “I will work and fight for stem cell research.”
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Flop 6: “In the end, I became persuaded that the stem-cell debate was grounded in a false premise.”
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Flip 7: “I think the minimum wage ought to keep pace with inflation.”
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Flop 7: “There’s no question raising the minimum wage excessively causes a loss of jobs.”
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Flip 8: “I like mandates. The mandates work.”
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Flop 8: “I think it’s unconstitutional on the 10th Amendment front.”
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Flip 9: “I saw my father march with Martin Luther King.”
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Flop 9: “I did not see it with my own eyes.”
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Flip 10: “This is a completely airtight kennel mounted on the top of our car.”
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Flop 10: “They’re not happy that my dog loves fresh air.”
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Flip 11: “It’s not worth moving heaven and earth spending billions of dollars just trying to catch one person.”
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Flop 11: “He’s going to pay, and he will die.”
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Flip 12: “Those… paying taxes and not taking government benefits should begin a process toward application for citizenship.”
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Flop 12: “Amnesty only led to more people coming into the country.”
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Flip 13: “I’m not in favor of privatizing Social Security or making cuts.”
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Flop 13: “Social Security’s the easiest and that’s because you can give people a personal account.”
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Flip 14: “Based on the numbers of American Muslims… I cannot see that a cabinet position would be justified.”
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Flop 14: “A person should not be elected because of his faith nor should he be rejected because of his faith.”
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Flip 15: “I’m a strong believer in stating your position and not wavering.”
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Flop 15: “I changed my position.”
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Flip 16: “I would like to have campaign spending limits.”
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Flop 16: “The American people should be free to advocate for their candidates and their positions without burdensome limitations.”
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Flip 17: “I supported the assault weapon ban.”
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Flop 17: “I don’t support any gun control legislation.”
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Flip 18: “The TARP program… was nevertheless necessary to keep banks from collapsing in a cascade of failures.”
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Flop 18: “When government is… bailing out banks… we have every good reason to be alarmed.”
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Flip 19: “I’m going to take burdens off the back of the auto industry.”
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Flop 19: “Detroit needs a turnaround, not a check.”
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Flip 20: “When I first heard of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, I thought it sounded awfully silly.”
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Flop 20: “‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has worked well.”
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Flip 21: “I believe the tax on capital gains should be zero.”
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Flop 21: “It’s a tax cut for fat cats.”
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Flip 22: “These carbon emission limits will provide real and immediate progress.”
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Flop 22: “Republicans should never abandon pro-growth conservative principles in an effort to embrace the ideas of Al Gore.”
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Flip 23: “Relative to the leading candidates, some people see me as being more conservative.”
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Flop 23: “I’m not the most conservative candidate.”
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Flip 24: “It does take a village.”
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Flop 24: “It takes a family.”
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Flip 25: “I don’t line up with the NRA.”
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Flop 25: “I’m a member of the [NRA].”
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Flip 26: “The all-Democrat stimulus that was passed in early 2009 will accelerate the timing of the start of the recovery…”
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Flop 26: “The all-Democrat stimulus passed in early 2009 has been a failure.”
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Flip 27: “…the costs of health care will be reduced.”
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Flop 27: “We were unable to deal with… health care costs in Massachusetts.”
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Flip 28: “If Massachusetts succeeds in implementing it, then that will be a model for the nation.”
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Flop 28: “What works in one state may not be the answer for another.”
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To Tell The Truth: Will The Real Mitt Romney Please Stand Up!

 

 To Tell the Truth:  Will the Real Mitt Romney Please Stand Up!

 -by Scott Rohter, October 2011

 

In the 1960s there used to be a popular television game show called To Tell The Truth, in which three different contestants would all claim to be the same individual, and it was the job of a panel of three judges to ask them each questions, and try to guess which person was telling the truth, and which of the contestants were lying. The way it worked was that each of the contestants would walk out on the stage, one at a time, and introduce themself to the audience as Mr. or Mrs. So-and-So, and then take their seat behind a big podium. When they were all seated, an anonymous voice would read a short biography about the person that they were all claiming to be. While this was being read, the camera would pan from one contestant to another, and everybody in the audience would try to guess from the expressions on their faces who was actually telling the truth about their real identity, and who was lying. Then all of the judges would get a certain amount of time to ask each of the three contestants questions, in order to try to determine which of the contestants was actually telling the truth, and which ones were lying.

After the time for questioning was over, the judges would have to decide who was the person on stage whose biography had been read at the beginning of the show. Was it candidate #1, candidate #2, or candidate #3? Then the actual moment of truth came, when the host of the show would announce, “The time is up… Will the real Mr. or Mrs. So-and-So please stand up.” There was always a moment of suspense while each candidate looked back and forth at each other, and jockeyed in their chairs, and looked like they were going to be the one to stand up. But more often than not, when someone finally did stand up, the panel of judges had guessed wrong. They were usually fooled by the well-crafted lies, and the nice sounding stories of the two imposters. (That’s why politicians running for office hire high-priced political consultants, and Madison Avenue marketing teams to select and promote their individual stories and their public images!)

On To Tell The Truth there was only a one in three chance that the judges would ever guess right. So the odds were always against them. And the odds are always against us too, as we conservatives try to pick the very best conservative in this race for the Republican Party Presidential nomination! That’s what comes to my mind as I watch Mitt Romney try to fool Republican voters, and win our Party’s nomination for President. Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up? Is it Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts who was Pro-Choice, or is it Mitt Romney who was a candidate for the Republican Party nomination for President in 2008, who was Pro-Life? Is it Governor Mitt Romney who signed into law, government run healthcare in Massachusetts, and supported individual mandates to force people to buy health insurance, or is it Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney in 2011, who now claims that he sees healthcare only as a States Rights issue, but as President he would never force people to buy health insurance? It’s really very hard to decide which Mitt Romney is telling the truth, and exactly what his principles are, if he even has any!

But I will tell you this. I am less inclined to believe the words of a candidate running for political office, then the actions of a politician who has already been elected to office! And I am less likely to believe Mr. Romney now, because he is right in the middle of a very tough election campaign. I believe he would say just about anything to get elected, and his past maneuvering on the issues shows that! For all of Mitt Romney’s constantly changing positions on the issues, please visit MittRomneyFlipFlops.com. As his poll numbers sink, or as one of his competitors does well, Mitt Romney’s positions on the issues seem to change right before our very eyes, and get more conservative all the time. “Tack to the right in the Republican Primary, and move to the center in the general election.” This is a very well-known Republican strategy, and Mitt Romney certainly knows it well! I am sick and tired of all of the phoniness and hypocrisy! Who knows what the hell he actually believes? By the way, this isn’t a game show!

Now Governor Romney, or candidate Romney (I can’t tell which), is saying that we have to get rid of ObamaCare, and he would repeal it. However up until recently, he has only said that he would grant waivers to every State, which would not have repealed ObamaCare! This is a new and different position of candidate Romney, but can we believe him? His positions are constantly evolving and changing! He is a Johnny-Come-Lately to the idea of repealing ObamaCare. Maybe his nickname should be Romney-Come-Lately! But is his conversion based upon principles, or just political expediency, or is political expediency his only principle? That’s what I would like to know. And just what are his principles anyway? It seems like he doesn’t have any!

As hard as it is going to be to repeal ObamaCare. (We have to get a veto proof majority in both houses of Congress, and a Republican President who will actually sign the legislation to repeal it, if the Supreme Court doesn’t throw it out.) I want a President in the WhiteHouse who is 100% committed to repealing ObamaCare, and not wishy-washy on the issue, or keeping me wondering whether he is actually serious or not!

Michele Bachmann owns this issue! Last year with the help of Congressman Steve King of Iowa, Michele Bachmann almost single handedly organized a mass protest on Capitol Hill, before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was even passed, to demonstrate to Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and the entire Democratic Party, America’s outrage and opposition to the idea that the Federal Government could order Americans to purchase a health insurance policy. SHE DID MORE THAN JUST VOTE NO! SHE ACTUALLY TRIED TO STOP THE PASSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT’S HEALTHCARE BILL! This is her issue. She owns it more than anyone else, and certainly more than Mr. Johnny-Come-Lately Romney!

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Mitt Romney: Can Anything Really Conservative Come From Massachusetts?

 

Mitt Romney: Can Anything Really Conservative Come From Massachusetts?

-by Scott Rohter, June 2012

 

Romney, Romney, Romney! It’s starting to sound like a chant at a pep rally. The echo reverberates across the land. It’s all I hear whenever I listen to the national news and the talking heads in the ‘Lib-Media.’ And some of the hosts in Conservative Talk Radio are just about as bad! They are playing right into the hands of the ‘Liberal Establishment’ with statements like these.

•  No one else can match Mitt Romney’s impressive credentials, both as a Governor, and as the former head of the 2002 U.S.  Salt Lake Olympics Committee.

•  He has first rate economic leadership experience.

•  He has raised more money than all of the other Republican candidates combined.

•  The nomination is his to lose.

•  He clearly won the last candidate’s debate.

So then I guess it’s all settled! Signed, sealed, and delivered! Mitt Romney is supposedly the clear front runner, and he is already the favorite to win the Republican Presidential Nomination! That’s the so-called storyline, and the prevailing chatter from all of the chatterboxes in the media, if you can believe it. But I don’t! Can anything politically conservative really come from Massachusetts, the home of Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, and Michael Dukakis?… I don’t think so! And what’s more, I don’t even think that those statements about Mitt Romney are actually true! So hold on a minute! What’s the big hurry? Why do we need to pick a favorite already? The campaign just got started! I’m starting to feel little bit like a prospective car buyer at a new car dealership! Why do we have to close the deal right now? I think we are being set up by ‘The Establishment,’ and it looks to me like we are being set up to lose once again! Remember my trusty old axiom, “If the Liberal Media promotes a Republican candidate in the primary, it’s only because they are the least conservative of all the candidates!”… And what would you expect anyway from the former Governor of what is arguably the most liberal State in the Union, Massachusetts???

If Massachusetts isn’t the heart of the ‘Liberal Beast,’ it is definitely close to the head! It is the home of Harvard, in Cambridge, where the Liberal Elite send their children to be educated, trained, and eventually groomed for positions inside ‘The Establishment!’ It is about as close as you can get to ‘The Beast’ without actually being assimilated by it, or merging with it, in a peculiar union similar to the “Vulcan Mind Meld” as demonstrated by Leonard Nimoy, as Spock on Star Trek! You are NOT going to find a successful, conservative politician coming from Massachusetts! They don’t exist! That’s because they don’t have a broad enough base of popular support from which to win a Statewide or National election! I hope that makes sense to everyone, because if it does, then nothing else about Mitt Romney really needs to be said!

But just to illustrate my point, let me remind you of another so-called conservative, Massachusetts politician, Scott Brown, who ran for the Massachusetts Senate seat vacated by the death of Ted Kennedy. Everybody thought that Scott Brown was a real conservative. He was the TEA Party favorite. He appealed to conservatives by saying that he wasn’t running for Ted Kennedy’s old Senate seat! He said he was running for the seat in the US Senate that belonged to the people of Massachusetts! And with populist statements like these, he won the hearts, and the votes, of a great many conservatives. But these statements also appealed to liberals, who wanted to make a change too! After he was elected Senator, in one of the first crucial votes of his career, Republican Senator Scott Brown disappointed all of the conservatives by voting in lockstep with the Democrats to support President Obama’s ‘porkulous’ Jobs Bill, HR 2847, in February 2010! This legislation increased both the size and scope of the Federal Government, and it’s intrusion into the lives of private citizens! Candidate Scott Brown claimed to be a conservative when he was campaigning, but he clearly fooled all of us!

Anyone can say things they know that people want to hear in order to get elected! Scott Brown did that when he ran for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, and Mitt Romney, who is from Massachusetts, is doing that now, as he runs for President, with all of his talk about granting State Waivers from ObamaCare! I repeat, there have been no successful, conservative politicians coming from Massachusetts, not since the days of John and Samuel Adams, and Thomas Paine! And that was more than two hundred years ago! Today, there are only media-savvy politicians in Massachusetts who artfully impersonate a conservative, in order to pay lip service to conservative values. Then they delicately walk a political tightrope between liberal and conservative issues in order to get elected! That is because real conservatives don’t have a broad enough base of popular support in Massachusetts to elect one of their own!

So let’s begin our honest analysis of Mitt Romney with an acknowledgement that Mitt Romney is NOT a real conservative! He has been walking the political tightrope and balancing between liberal and conservative positions his whole career! He has been compromising on core conservative values and principles or he could never have risen to become the Governor of what is arguably America’s most liberal state! This is basic common sense, but in order to prove my point, I would like to mention just two things: Romney’s role in growing the size of government in Massachusetts, and his pro-choice position during most of his political career! He is no more a conservative than Scott Brown is a conservative, and he is bound to disappoint us just as badly as Scott Brown did! About the best thing that you can say about Mitt Romney is that he is a ‘Pro Big-Business’ politician. But his position on Big Government over the years far outweighs his positions on Big Business!

 Next, let’s take a closer look at what Mitt Romney actually did after he became the Governor of Massachusetts. Mitt Romney signed legislation as the Governor of Massachusetts that created ‘O’Romney Care,’ and according to President Obama, who should know, ‘O’Romney Care’ was the official model that Obama used to create his National Health Care Plan for the whole Nation! That’s right, according to the President, his ObamaCare legislation is modeled after Governor Romney’s Massachusetts Plan, O’Romney Care! We should not reward Mitt Romney for his role or complicity in creating Nationalized Health Care, with the Republican Party’s nomination for President in 2012! It gives away one of our greatest advantages over the Democrats in the next election! The Republican Party has always been firmly opposed to any plan of nationalizing healthcare! But by nominating Mitt Romney to lead the Republican ticket in 2012, we would effectively concede that point to the Democrats! Then we would not be that much different than they are on the most important issue of the upcoming elections! And we would be perceived as wavering, and flip-flopping on the issue!

Remember that twenty-six States have joined forces to sue the Federal Government to stop the implementation of ObamaCare! The battle has barely begun in the Federal Courts, and we should not undermine their position, by selecting a Republican candidate to lead the Party in 2012, who also prefers some form of Government mandated health insurance too! So if you don’t like ObamaCare, or forced individual mandates, and eventually the full scale nationalization of America’s healthcare system, complete with all kinds of Government rationing, and even more intrusion into your private lives, then don’t compromise on principles or undermine the twenty-six States who are suing the Federal Government on our behalf, and don’t turn over the “reigns of state” to Mitt Romney! He is the author of the official plan that President Obama used to model his National Health Care Plan for the whole country!

Say what he will, Mitt Romney played a pivotal role in creating ObamaCare! He actually led the way first in Massachusetts! And he can neither disown it, or disassociate himself from it! He can speak all he wants about granting State Waivers to ObamaCare if he is elected, or about replacing this top-down, one size-fits all approach to Health Care handed down from Washington D.C., but he was part of the experimental, leftwing, social engineering that created compulsory individual mandates, and Nationalized Health Care in the first place! Mitt Romney must not be allowed to become the Republican Party’s ‘Poster Boy,’ and Presidential Nominee in 2012!

For any State to receive a waiver from President Obama’s National Health Care Plan, under current law, they would have to implement a mandatory Health Insurance Plan that is at least as rigorous and demanding as Obama’s National Plan! It would not be any better if we had fifty Federally mandated, Court Ordered State Plans, all more onerous than the President’s Plan! What we really need is 315 million individual waivers from ObamaCare, one for every person in the Untied States of America who wants to opt out of Nationalized Health Care for any reason! In other words, we need to repeal ObamaCare and completely start over again, from scratch! Mitt Romney won’t do that!!!

I would like all of you to pay close attention to how much positive media airtime that Mitt Romney receives in the coming months from the mainstream media. I would be willing to bet that it’s a lot! That’s because the media likes him. DANGER WILL ROBINSON! (At least they’re not afraid of him.) And if the Liberal Media likes him or promotes him, then we conservatives better re-evaluate our opinion of him! We should definitely not consider supporting him in The Republican Primary! The Media doesn’t actually want anybody to beat Barack Obama in the General Election, but if Obama loses, then they want to be sure that the Republican candidate who beats him is as much like Obama as possible! That is why they give Mitt Romney such a lot of free and positive media airtime. He is a lot like Obama in some ways! He is their insurance policy against the unthinkable happening, against what to them would be a total disaster, that is a REAL conservative beating President Obama in 2012! Mitt Romney is the Liberal’s life preserver!

And one more thing, for all of you pro-lifers out there. Mitt Romney converted to his current pro-life position, just before the Primary Election of 2008, when he was also running for the Republican Party’s Presidential Nomination. In other words at age 61, Mitt Romney is a Johnny-come-lately to the pro-life cause! Do you think it might be a politically calculated, lukewarm conversion, just like what you would expect from a RINO?  By golly, I think I have coined a new acronym, LINO, which stands for Life In Name Only candidate!  Since then he has been campaigning as a pro-life candidate, BUT (and this is very important) he will not sign the Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life Pledge! Some Republicans who have signed the SBA Pledge include Michelle Bachman, Ron Paul, Rick Santorum, and Tim Pawlenty among others.  However, Herman Cain and Mitt Romney refuse to sign the SBA Pro-Life Pledge! It appears that the fourth point of the Pledge might be the source of their reluctance to sign it. The fourth point of the Pledge states that those who sign it will advance and sign legislation that will protect unborn babies who are capable of feeling pain, from the abortion doctor’s knife! So what’s the problem with that? It’s just another reason not to support Mitt Romney in the Primary!

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Mitt Romney: More Than a Little Bit Insincere

 

Mitt Romney: More Than a Little Bit Insincere

-by Scott Rohter, September 2011

 

“I would rather be found guilty of making a serious mistake in judgment, than to be accused of being even a little bit insincere.” That is a quote from John Quincy Adams, America’s 6th President. He was the oldest son of John Adams, our 2nd President, and you don’t get much more America than that! Furthermore, they were both from Massachusetts, so it makes for a perfect beginning to this story.

Former Governor Romney of Massachusetts is being more than a little bit insincere about his Massachusetts Style State Healthcare Plan, ‘Romney Care’. It is the model for President Obama’s National Healthcare Plan. I know Governor Romney comes off looking rather good on television, but he has certainly had enough practice at being in the national spotlight, so he should be rather good at it by now! Nevertheless, his model of government run healthcare is the model that President Obama used to impose his National Healthcare Plan on the whole Nation, and Governor Romney is trying to weasel out from under that millstone around his neck by just calling it a States Rights issue! We conservatives should not let him get away with that! It is not a States Rights issue as much as it is an individual rights issue! It is a matter of personal choice! I don’t want any Government, Federal or State, telling me that I have to purchase a product, i.e. an insurance policy.

Governor Romney says that if he is elected President, he would grant wavers to every state on his first day in office, but under ObamaCare, in order to get such a waver, each State has to come up with it’s own Health Care Plan that is just as onerous as the President’s plan. What’s more, fifty State Wavers will not dismantle or defund ObamaCare! If a President Romney doesn’t sign into law legislation repealing ObamaCare, then the entire National Healthcare bureaucratic apparatus will still be in place, ready and waiting to be funded, and institutionalized by the next left-wing Democratic Administration that gets into office. And the legislation that empowers National Health Care will still be on the books, unless it is repealed of course! So as I said, Governor Romney is being more than a little bit insincere. Nothing conservative has come from Massachusetts since the days of John and Samuel Adams, except for America’s distinguished 6th President, John Quincy Adams, but that was a long time ago, and the Adams Family lives only in the history books now!

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Mitt Romney – Neil Cavuto Interview on Romney Care

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