Thursday, August 9, 2007
"Mitt Romney continues to make John Kerry look like the model of consistency," opines Phil Klien. But this time, the latest flip flop only took six months. In February, on ABC's "This Week,"Romney said that "we should allow a federalist approach as it relates to the issue of abortion." Then, several days ago, asked about a constitutional amendment to ban abortion, he declared, "I support that being part of the Republican platform."
Related: Radley Balko argues for the Romney 1.0 approach. "Abortion policy . . . is about drawing lines and setting community standards. Such issues are best dealt with in those diverse laboratories of democracy, the states. A federalist approach would allow a wide array of abortion policies that better reflects the spectrum of public opinion on the issue."
BarelyPolitical.com releases its third Obama Girl video.
Did you know that it's illegal to tout a stock publicly without disclosing that you're being paid to do so?