GOP’s Debra Saunders: “I think that we’ve seen the Etch-a-Sketch Romney…. which one is the real one?”
One of President Obama’s most powerful moments during last night’s presidential debate was speaking about Osama.
Earlier this week, Romney changed his mind and no longer supported the amendment. Now he does again.
Romnesia’s symptoms include not remembering the policies that are still on your own campaign’s Web site.
A video of Mitt Romney debating himself on the issues of the day. He pretty much disagrees with himself on everything.
Clinton: “I mean I thought – wow. Here’s old moderate Mitt. Where have you been, boy, I missed you all these last few years.”
A brilliant video showing Mitt Romney debating himself on tax cuts, health care, and education. He’s the flip-flop king.
Mitt Romney is wedded to all sides of every issue. Which means he’s not really wedded to anything.
He has the power to change at super speeds, and the ability to say whatever he needs.
Why did Romney defend the comments for a month if today they’re “completely wrong”? Does he ever tell the truth?