Friday, September 30, 2011

Romney Changes Mind About Abortion

For several years, Mitt Romney publicly pledged to protect abortion.  Later Mitt Romney changed his mind and now claims to not support abortion.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Romney Is For Gays And Against Gays

Romney continues flip-flopping.  Is he a liberal, a conservative, both, or nothing?

"As a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1994, he boasted that he would be a stronger advocate of gay rights than his opponent, Ted Kennedy. These days, he makes a point of his opposition to gay marriage and adoption.
People can change, and intransigence is not necessarily a virtue. But Romney has yet to explain this particular set of turnarounds in a way that convinces voters they are based on anything other than his own ambition."

Read more about flip-flop Romney at: Romney should not be the next president

Friday, September 16, 2011

Romney Opposes Medical Marijuana

Mitt Romney describes how he opposes medical marijuana and how he plans to ignore the 10th amendment:

In this video, Mitt Romney refuses to support medical marijuana for a wheel-chair bound pain sufferer:

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Romney Supports The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve is not part of the government - they are like a subcontractor that Congress gave power to set the availability of money.

Of all the candidates at the Republican debate last night, Mitt Romney clearly supported the Federal Reserve. Mitt Romney agrees with the status quo and the Federal Reserve rip-off of America's money.

Mitt Romney defends the bankers and says, "We need to have a Fed"

Romney goes on to say he doesn't trust Congress. Maybe Romney thinks we should contract out all of Congress to his personal banker buddies.