- Posted October 8, 2012 by
Watertown, New York
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Which Mitt Romney Will Conservatives Be Voting For In November?
"One candidate wants to repeal Obamacare, one candidate invented it. One opposed the auto industry bailout, one takes credit for it. One doubts the scientific consensus about climate change, one believes in it. One wants to “voucherize” Medicare, one wants to save it.
One dismisses nearly half of Americans as a bunch of moochers, and one claims to champion the struggling middle class. "
As Eugene Robinson, from the Washington Post suggests, Mitt Romney is all things to all conservatives and moderates in order to win the presidential election. Is he willing to do a180 degrees on every position? Sure. It's not honest but it is expedient. Voters are getting dizzy.
Which Mitt Romney will govern the country should he become president?
The honest answer? We don't know.
Republican pundits have said that they're not worried.
They don't have to be. They'll still get paid to have the beliefs that they do.
Romney is just being 'politically clever' in order to win over the moderates right now, claim his supporters.
He told conservatives that he was 'extremely conservative' in order to strap them on to the Romney station wagon during the primaries.
Now that they're aboard, Romney pivots during the first presidential debate and, 'presto..chango' Mitt's now moderate.
Romney said his plan for health care wouldn't cut those with pre-existing conditions while speaking at the debate.
His campaign team walked Romney's statement back the next day saying that wasn't part of his platform.
What? And on tax cuts for the rich? Nope. Until the next day. Then that changed too.
So what can anyone believe that Romney has to say? Nothing.
He's whatever he needs to be to whomever he happens to meet in order to get them to vote for him and then he's not committed to do anything for anyone because he actually promised everything to everyone but circumstances changed and none of what Romney promised would be possible. Get it? Yeah, me too.
Are you still buying this horse puckey?
Is it any wonder why Obama was taken back at the debate?
Hey, conservatives! Are you OK with that?
Are the suspicions that conservatives have had about Mitt Romney now substantiated?
We don't know..and conservatives don't either.
Liberals have compared Romney's sound bites from the primaries and from now.
Conservatives hope that this is just Romney's strategy, as his handlers have said, but they don't know either.
Of course, you don't get those comparisons over on FOX News.
Personally, I like a guy that says what he believes and believes what he says when I pick a president.
I want to trust what a man says.
I certainly don't want someone that will say whatever he needs to to get elected when he doesn't believe what he says.
So which Mitt Romney are you voting for in November, Conservatives?
Glib, or glibber?
"Romney gives the impression of being willing to say anything he believes voters want to hear.
That’s why the conservative Republican Party base is so vigilant, always on the lookout for signs that Romney is wavering on the hard-line positions he took during the primaries.
In the business world, where Romney had great success, winning means saying whatever you need to close the deal.
A presidential campaign, though, is different. At some point you have to say what you really believe."
After the election, should Romney win, it will be too late.