Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Romney Flip Flop After a Sentence

Mitt Romney has achieved something I didn't think possible. He changed his position after a sentence. He said one thing. And then changed his mind in the sentence after. I don't know if he took a breath in between but I doubt it. Let's take a look:
This week, President Obama will release a budget that won't take any meaningful steps toward solving our entitlement crisis. The president has failed to offer a single serious idea to save Social Security and is the only president in modern history to cut Medicare benefits for seniors.
Let it settle in for a moment.

He criticized the President for failing to take any meaningful steps toward solving our entitlement crisis ... and then criticized him for cutting Medicare benefits for seniors. The Medicare cuts were about $500 billion over 10 years for those scoring at home. Not meaningful? Maybe Romney should ask the other Romney who is running around beating the President over the head for cutting Medicare.

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