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Subject: Re: How can the conservitives trust Romney Date: 10/10/2012 8:29 AM
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Obama at least has consistent positions.


Like gay marriage, which he favored in 2000, opposed in 2008 and now favors again?

Like closing GITMO?

Like when he voted to filibuster Alito, then said it was Unconstitutional to do so when Sotomayor was nominated?

Maybe he was consistent on Health Care, remember when he said he was against the Individual Mandate because it was a bad idea? Oh wait he signed it.

Maybe it was when he said it wasn't a tax, but then argued in Court it was a tax, then after the SCOTUS decision said it wasn't a tax.

The list goes on...Obama has flipped and flopped more in the past 4 years than anyone. The flipping issue on Romney doesn't fly because Obama is just as bad if not worse.

As for trusting Romney, Conservatives trust he'll be better than Obama. Although that's a low standard. Frankly I think he'll be like Bush 1.
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