Monday, October 10, 2011

DNC Goes After Mitt Romney's Flip-Flops

It's no secret that Mitt Romney, and many other Republicans running for the White House in 2012, have flip-flopped on many issues. But Mitt Romney is the master of the art of flip-flopping. So DNC has put together a website - - that showcases most of his flip-flops, and there's a video attached to each flip-flop to prove the point!

Here are some of Romney's flip-flops featured on
On Government Auto Industry Loans:
“I'm not willing to sit back and say, 'Too bad for Michigan, too bad—too bad for the car industry, too bad for the people who've lost their jobs. They're gone forever.”

“That's exactly what I said. The headline you read which said ‘let Detroit go bankrupt' points out that those companies needed to go through bankruptcy to shed those costs.”

On Health Care:
In Massachusetts, “[I] was able to put in place a plan that helped get health insurance premiums down, and gets all of our citizens insured. If we can do that nationally, we help ... the entire nation."”

“One thing I’d never do is impose a state’s plan on the entire nation, that makes no sense. I’ll repeal Obamacare.”

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