posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 09:53 AM
Romney is losing in Massachusetts badly, the polls show anywhere from 14% to 30% gap in Massachusetts.
Now, Romney uses his Governorship in Massachusetts as one of his biggest assests in this campaign. It is in fact the only elected position he has
And it wasn't that long ago, he was Governor from 2003 - 2007, only 6 years ago was he the Governor there. So what does it say about you when the
people who at one time elected you as Governor dislike you so much that they are going to vote for Obama by a 30+ margin?
Also, if Romney wants to use his Governorship as a main point as to why you should vote for him, why has he flip flopped on many of the issues since
he was a Governor? And remember, this was SIX years ago, the Republicans like to say "Well way back when he was a Governor, he had different
views". It was SIX years ago, in six short years Romney has completely flip flopped on some major issues.
As Governor, Romney was:
- Pro Choice
- Pro Obamacare
- Pro Gay Rights
- Pro Global Warming
- Anti Coal
- Anti Gun
Today, he is the complete opposite of all of the above. What justification do Romney supporters have for him, in SIX years, completely changing some
of his core beliefs on some really big issues?
There is a reason Romney is losing Massachusetts so badly, it's because the Romney running for President is a completely different Romney from SIX
years ago who was Governor.
How are people voting for a man who has completely changed his positions in SIX years and who continues to say he won't give any details of his