Today, Mitt Romney was discussed on Fox News. Shep Smith asked what was going on in the 2008 race. The lefty consultant said Mitt Romney was a flip-flopper. That’s not the news.

The news is that Carrie Lukas, the Vice President of Policy and Economics at the Independent Women’s Forum, agrees:

She says:

Yeah. I share some of the concerns. I do think that Governor Romney has so far shone a propensity to want to rewrite some of the positions he has taken… He doesn’t seem to have a real compass on several important issues.

So Hugh, this isn’t the lefty media and Mormon bashers. Real conservatives think that Mitt Romney is a flip-flopper.

H/T: News Hounds.



ee2793 · March 15, 2007 at 9:02 PM

Meanwhile, check out McCain’s new Straight Talk America video. Talk about going through the motions… » Do people vote on issues? · April 4, 2007 at 1:24 PM

[…] Now these are probably things that people have to demonstrate to be considered. And it is also why challenges to these are so threatening, such as allegations of Mitt Romney’s flip-flopping (which the press and some activists seem to believe), Rudy Giuliani’s links to Bernie Kerik (which has little traction yet), or Democratic allegations of McCain switching parties (old news, but tweaking distrust). By attacking people’s character, voters no longer balance the issues. […]

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