Skip to comments.Mitt Romney rejects flip-flopper charge in Republican debate
Posted on 11/09/2011 6:13:30 PM PST by rabscuttle385
Answering a charge that's at the root of his campaign's inability to break out from the Republican field, Mitt Romney rejected the notion that he's a candidate without a core at the start of tonight's presidential debate.
"I think people understand that I'm a man of steadiness and constancy," Romney responded.
As proof, he cited the fact that he's been "married to the same woman for 25" years -- before correcting himself to say it's been 42.
"I've been in the same church my entire life. I worked at one company, Bain, for 25 years, and I left that to go off and help save the Olympic Games."
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He can reject all he wants. The facts do not change.
Reject it all you want, liberal, you will never get my vote.
Do you think the Republican National Committee will EVER get the message that a Romney nomination means a second term for Obama?
well maybe they think he can win.
maybe they know he can’t.
I don’t think the establishment GOP wants to be in control.
Graybeard58 rejects Mitt Romney and everybody who looks like him, sounds like him or has a rhyming name - Smomney, Lomney, Bomney, etc.
yes they want to lose.
He now claims he isn't a flip flopper but a flop flipper.
Why would they think that?
What has Mitt done as governor that helped America?
What part of socialist big gov’t Mittcare do you agree with?
Why hasn’t he or his sons ever served in the military?
Stick it, Willard. We all know exactly what you are. You’re not fooling a single soul and I can assure you that you will NOT be getting a vote from me or my wife....ever!
It's astonishing, but I'm beginning to believe the Republican establishment would rather lose with Romney than win with a conservative.
If the latter happened, it would mean they'd lost the party. And they'd rather play second string than lose their sinecure.
oh yes anyone who hasn’t served is un-American where have I heard that before.
You didn’t answer the questions - let’s get them answered!
I’m not a flip flopper, I’ve combed my hair the same way for 25 years!
So much for the argument by his supporters that he has changed his “formerly” liberal views on abortion and socialized medicine. From the horse’s mouth, he’s a man of “constancy (sic).”
because there tedious and pathetic and to answer your next typical question, did i or my children serve the answer to you and Ed shcultze is no so we are not good americans bla bla bla..
I will NOT support Mitt Romney. Ever.
I'm happy that Virginia - and Loudoun County - demolished Democrats yesterday but I no longer align myself with the Republican Party. This is my position ever since John McCain.
NO MO' RINOS!