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You know the old saying about the weather … If you don’t like the weather in New England, just wait a few minutes, by Mark Twain, the same can be said about Mitt Romney Flip Flopper. If you don’t like his position on any one issue, just wait 5 minutes and it will change. It appears to change according to whatever audience he is pandering to at the time. For extensive coverage of Mitt Romney‘s Flip Flops, see below.

The Book On Mitt Romney: Here Is John McCain’s Entire Opposition Research File
A document found online by BuzzFeed appears to be John McCain’s entire, 200-page opposition research file — or “book” — on Mitt Romney from 2008, the year they were bitter rivals. Segments of the book have been posted on RedState.com, but this the first time the document has been shared for public consumption in its entirety.

“In one hour, Mitt Romney showed why women don’t trust him for one minute. It took little more than an hour for him to commit his latest flip-flop. Even worse, he ended up on the wrong side of an issue of critical importance to women.”

“The Blunt Amendment would allow any employer to deny their female employees coverage because of that employer’s own beliefs. With his support of this amendment, Mitt Romney is taking important health care decisions about contraception, mammograms, and cervical cancer screenings among other issues out of women’s hands and into the hands of their bosses.” Source

Giuliani: Romney‘s flip-flops “give me pause”
Giuliani, who called himself a moderate Republican because he supports gay rights and is pro-choice, said Romney used to be a moderate Republican but has “changed his position virtually on everything.

“He was a traditional moderate Republican, strong on fiscal matters, conservative, strong on foreign policy, but basically socially moderate,” Giuliani said from Indianapolis. “He changed all that. I am a moderate Republican. That’s what I am. So I’d be inclined to support someone like Mitt Romney. But all those changes in positions give me pause.” Source

Mitt Romney flip flops himself into a Democrat
Someone remind Mitt Romney that he’s still running for president under the “Republican” line. Yesterday, he embraced progressive language opposing further austerity.

“If you just cut, if all you’re thinking about doing is cutting spending, as you cut spending you’ll slow down the economy,” he said. Source.

Romney Flip-Flops on Blaming Obama for Jobs Crisis
Add another entry to the long-running list of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney‘s flip-flops. At Sunday’s NBC/Facebook debate in Concord, Romney took a question about the nation’s woeful labor market and his criticism of President Obama’s economic plan. Romney tempered his attacks on Obama by noting, “I don’t blame him for the recession and the jobs crisis.”

But in his campaign’s 87-page economic plan, Romney does just that. If you look closely at Romney‘s depiction of the Great Recession and ensuing, lingering jobs crisis, he blames Obama for the nation’s jobs crisis. Released in September 2011, Romney‘s plan highlights a period from 2007 to 2009, showing how during this period 8.7 million jobs were lost in the Great Recession and another 800,000 were shed in the immediate aftermath of the recession. Amazingly, Romney‘s economic plan calls this period the “Obama Recovery.” Source.

New Romney tax cuts would cost $3.4 trillion
Mitt Romney made two big changes to his tax plan last week, and according to a new analysis, they will be very expensive.

Like $3.4 trillion expensive.

Previously, Romney had said he would “maintain current tax rates on personal income” as president before moving to a “fairer, flatter, simpler tax structure” in the future. Source.

Obama camp hits Romney for supporting Blunt amendment
President Barack Obama’s campaign team blasted former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney on Wednesday after he voiced support for legislation that would allow employers to refuse to pay for health insurance coverage of specific services if it would be contrary to their religious beliefs or moral convictions.

“In one hour, Mitt Romney showed why women don’t trust him for one minute. It took little more than an hour for him to commit his latest flip-flop. Even worse, he ended up on the wrong side of an issue of critical importance to women,” Stephanie Cutter, Obama’s deputy campaign manager, said.

During an interview with the Ohio News Network on Wednesday, Romney said he did not support the proposal, which was introduced as an amendment to an unrelated transportation bill by Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO). Later that day, he said on the Howie Carr Show that he actually did support the Blunt amendment and had “simply misunderstood” the question before. Source.

‘I will work and fight for stem cell research.’
‘In the end, I became persuaded that the stem-cell debate was grounded in a false premise.’

‘I saw my father march with Martin Luther King.’
‘I did not see it with my own eyes.’

‘I respect and will protect a woman’s right to choose.’
‘I never really called myself pro-choice.’

‘I’m not trying to return to Reagan-Bush.’
‘Ronald Reagan is… my hero.’

‘I think the minimum wage ought to keep pace with inflation.’
‘There’s no question raising the minimum wage excessively causes a loss of jobs.’

‘Roe v. Wade has gone too far.’
‘I believe that since Roe v. Wade has been the law for 20 years we should sustain and support it.’

‘It was not my desire to go off and serve in Vietnam.’
‘I longed in many respects to actually be in Vietnam and be representing our country there.’

‘I’ve been a hunter pretty much all my life.’
‘I’m not a big game hunter… I’ve always been a rodent and rabbit hunter. Small varmints, if you will.’

‘I like mandates. The mandates work.’
‘I think it’s unconstitutional on the 10th Amendment front.’

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