I keep hearing about these. Thanks to inMuscatine for live-blogging it. I am convinced that this is part of Romney moving numbers in Iowa.
Tasty quotes, full release after the jump:
One wonders whether Mitt Romney's flip-flops on immigration are going to create problems with conservatives on immigration. Ultimately, the issue is trust, much more than the issues, as much. Poll after poll have revealed that conservatives agree with what's in the bill, but they don't trust the elites. Why would someone who panders to them be more trustworthy?
In 2006 Governor Romney supported the President's immigration policy as well as the McCain-Kennedy bill. He expressed support for an immigration program that places large numbers of illegal residents on the path toward citizenship and said illegal immigrants should have a chance to obtain citizenship.
He even went as far as to say that Republicans that break from the President on this issue are making a "big mistake" according to the Associated Press....
Governor Romney has a long history of flip-flops on issues from abortion, to gun control, to gay rights. This pattern of shifting positions should concern Iowa conservatives who are dedicated to securing our border and solving the illegal immigration crisis.
I thought this was interesting. It appears that two different healthcare lobby groups are using a strategy of grassroots and media campaigns in early primary states. I have copied the ad for the Partnership to Read more…