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Romney also claimed he was unequivocally pro-choice. He shapes his principals to whatever he thinks his audience wants to hear. He cannot be trusted on anything.
He even ran for and won the governorship of Massachusetts, claiming that he had been a resident continuously over the last several years, even though he was living in Utah. It turns out, he told the tax authorities in Massachusetts and Utah that he was a Utah resident until that fact became inconvenient to his eligibility for the governorship.
Presumably, he wanted the people of Massachusetts to believe that he loved and respected Massachusetts as well. But shortly after winning the election, he set his eyes on a bigger prize: The hostile takeover of the US government. In order to secure that takeover, he changed nearly all his positions. He toured the country disparaging the state which he himself governed in front of conservative audiences.
During his last year in office--as his first run for President was in full gear--he issued well over 100 vetoes. Every single veto was overridden by the legislature. Several of his bills were overridden unanimously: Not even members of his own party would help him. After four consecutive Republican governors, his antics on the presidential road show absolutely killed Kerry Healey's chances of winning the corner office for in Massachusetts.
That's why the Massachusetts Republican Party has been unenthusiastic about his candidacy. He burned his bridges even to his own party. He claimed that the people of Massachusetts were glad they "hired" him. If that were the case, why does no poll ever taken in Massachusetts give him a snowball's chance in Cairo of winning that state?
The fact is that Romney doesn't care who he hurts to get what he wants. The man is a sociopath.
I also love the fact that nobody can make a valid rebuttal of my post. Every fact is easily verified.