Monday, October 15, 2012 this what Americans want?

"His solution is to sign on to the fanatical policies of the extreme right, and then duck and cover to confuse independents about where he really stands."

"This isn’t just bad for the nation — it’s insulting."

The Washington Post

Katrina vanden Heuvel
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Opinion Writer

How Romney’s extreme policies insult us all

At first glance, it might seem as if Mitt Romney’s path — from voting in the 1992 Democratic presidential primary to being the 2012 Republican presidential nominee — was linear. But over the past, winding, 20 years, Romney has held every possible view on every possible issue — often at the same time. When it comes to policy, he’s been downright promiscuous.

He was for a woman’s right to choose before he was against it. He was for tax cuts for the rich before he was against them. He was for – no, he wrote – health reform before he was against it … before he was for the parts that everybody liked.

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