Skip to comments.New Huntsman Ad Hammers Mitt Romney for Changing Positions on Issues: Mittstant Replay
Posted on 12/01/2011 10:05:07 AM PST by cotton1706
There certainly appears to be a blood-feud between Jon Huntsman and Mitt Romney. Huntsman continues his attacks focused almost exclusively on Romney with this new ad that takes from Romneys recent interview with Fox News Bret Baier in which Romney claimed Baiers list of past flip-flops was just not accurate. The web ad then goes on to show clips of Romney from the past on that list of issues juxtaposed with his current views.
This ad makes you think Huntsmans Campaign is far more about keeping Mitt Romney from being President than it is about Jon Huntsman wanting to be President.
I'm no fan of Huntsman, but his calling Mitt a "well-oiled weathervane" was a perfect description.
Wow! Infighting between Mormon RINOs? Has Salt Lake City ok’ed this?
Good interview by Bret Baire. Guess Romney expected a love gushing fest of an interview.
Brilliant. Should become a common phrase.
RINOmney - when you absolutely, posively don’t want to take a stand on anything.
There's only one way to settle their differences... ...a duel.
If nothing else, it would add some real excitement to the campaign season.
I guess Huntsman thinks the only way to pick up voters is from Roomey and he is probably right.
I sometimes feel a little bad at criticising Mitt Romney on a site where his supporters can’t fight back. It doesn’t seem very honorable, in a way. I get over that though. Romney supporters lurk elsewhere and are usually condescending about Jon Huntsman.
I will point out though, that the records of Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman, aren’t at all alike. One has been a consistent conservative, the other hasn’t.
Romney getting flustered by questioning just will not do. It’s getting ridiculous now. He is dodging interviews, dodging press conferences; just how does he expect to be the Republican party nominee? Scared Mittless, indeed!
Huntsman by contrast, has completed over 111 New Hampshire events, and at one of the most recent, he fielded over 50 questions. No vetting. No dodging. Anybody could ask a question.
I know who I would be more comfortable with going against Barack Obama.
I know who I would prefer to serve as President of the United States. Agree or disagree with Huntsman, at least you know where he stands. Sadly, the same simply cannot be said of Mitt Romney.