Here’s a tiny McCain flip flop discussing Romney’s stance on gun laws and abortion. John McCain’s ad against Romney http://www.northcoastblog.com/2012/01/05/john-mccains-2008-ad-again... and here is Romney’s ad in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeQGObiGGqY What did he say about abortion?
These ads are very enlightening and today January 30, 2012 we now have two fellow flip floppers in our midst (McCain and Romney.) McCain even ran an ad calling Romney a “phony.” http://freedomslighthouse.net/2012/01/04/2008-john-mccain-new-hamps...
Here’s what Huckabee said about Romneycare February 2011. Mike said, "It could be argued that if RomneyCare were a patient, the prognosis would be dismal," Huckabee writes. "Any critical assessment of this program will show that it failed... and yet the Obama administration decided to emulate it in its pursuit of a national health-care program." Here’s a video that Mike used against Romney in 2008.
http://wwwwakeupamericans-spree.blogspot.com/2012/01/video-huckabee... Small world isn’t it - looks like we have another “Flip Flopper” in our midst.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani unleashed a blistering attack Thursday on Mitt Romney, saying he’s never seen anyone change positions on core issues as often or as quickly as Massachusetts’ former governor. Rudy really was on a rant on Romney stance on abortion, the 2nd Amendment, Cap and Trade and Obama care. Ruddy ran against Romney in 07 and 08. By Tim Mak, 12/15/11, Politico
In 2008 Romney puts foot in mouth again during a FOX interview. Romney made a very derogatory statement against former Kansas Senator, Bob Dole. He said Tuesday the former senator was “probably the last person I would have wanted to have write a letter for me.” But, Bob and Mitt recently kissed and made up, because Bob is endorsing Romney now. Wonder who did the flip flopping in this relationship, Dole or Romney?
Old George Soros hit the nail on the head when he said, “There’s not much difference between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.” Both are notorious flip floppers and changing their mind as often as they change their underwear.
There is one Republican Candidate out there who is definitely an opponent of Obama’s redistribution and addicted spending spree. Nancy and Michael Regan speak very highly of this man (Newt Gingrich) - Michael endorsed Newt and is helping him campaign in Florida.
He opposed the 787 billion dollar stimulus packaged, the Cash for Clunkers and the automobile bailout. Some of the major issues that Newt Gingrich voted “no” on was the George Bush “Read my lips” tax hike and the Clinton Tax hike. He voted “Yes” on the Reagan tax cut in 1981, the Capitol Gains Tax cut in 1997 and the Reagan Tax Reform bill in 1986.
Newt made his share of mistakes, but he was always in their pitching for Americans and he unquestionably helped bring great reforms to our table. Newt and President Clinton proved that two men a Democrat and a Republican could work together for the good of their Nation.
As Newt Gingrich said, in the end the Republican Candidate for 2012 should be the people’s choice. The problem here is “the people are the victims” of big money and a very corrupt political machine and the people are once again under the control of Big Government.
May God Bless America