The campaign strategy of Mitt Romney has gone through many different phases. First it was to flip-flop on anything and everything, then it was to lie about anything and everything. Only now it seems like the man who flip-flops like Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas on the uneven bars has returned to his humble beginnings: flip-flopping. Is it really any wonder that porn star Jenna Jameson endorsed this guy considering he has as many as positions as she does (only he appears ready to screw more people).
Yesterday, Mitt Romney told the Des Moines Register, “There’s no legislation with regards to abortion that I’m familiar with that would become part of my agenda.” He said he has no plans to push for legislation for limiting abortion.
This man really must not know nothing at all, or is a greater pretender than Meg Ryan during the diner scene in "Harry met Sally." After all, his very own running-mate con-sponsored one of the most far-right and extremist pieces of anti-choice legislation (where life basically begins at erection) out there in the Ryan-Akin bill.
But it certainly didn’t take the elusive and seemingly GOP talking point programmed Romney to change his mind. In fact, it took just one day, which has to be some sort of Guinness World Record on flip-flopping.
Here was Romney on Wednesday: “I think I’ve said time and again, I’m a pro-life candidate, I’ll be a pro-life president. The actions I’ll take immediately are to remove funding for Planned Parenthood. It will not be part of my budget.”
He said that he plans to reinstate the "Global Gag Rule," better known as the Mexico City Policy, requiring that any overseas organization receiving U.S. aid not have anything to do with abortion.
There really needs to be not 24-hour coverage of Romney, but rather 24-second.