Mitt Romney: I’m a Man of Steadiness and Constancy
Surely, he must be joking. Because, if he actually believes himself, he’s clinically delusional:
Romney says he’s not a flip-flopper, but ‘a man of steadiness and constancy’
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney discussed his reputation as a flip-flopper at Wednesday night’s CNBC Republican presidential debate, disputing the characterization and calling himself “a man of steadiness and constancy.”
Romney was asked to address the “issue of character” after he mentioned the auto bailout, which he has been accused of switching positions on. The Democratic National Committee has been bracketing Romney in Michigan with ads attacking him for flip-flopping on the issue.
“What can you say to Republicans to persuade them that things you say in the campaign are rooted in something deeper than the fact you are running for office?” he was asked.
“I think people know me pretty well … People understand I’m a man of steadiness and constancy,” Romney said. “I don’t think you are going the find somebody who has more of those attributes than do I. “
About the only “steadiness and constancy” I can see concerning Mittens is his poll numbers; They have stagnated around the 20 – 25 percent mark for the past few months.
“I have been married to the same woman for 25 — excuse me — I will get in trouble. For 42 years. ”
Dude, trust me on this one: You are so in trouble—I see in your immediate future a doghouse with your name on it!
To be fair, I think Mittens was thinking about the age of his daughter, Sydney, while his mouth was still moving. Sydney turned 25 in August, 2011.
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