Nope, not a savvy politician like Mitt Romney:
"Planned Parenthood, we're going to get rid of that."
He was for Planned Parenthood before he was against it, much like his positions on every other issue. If he were to become president, rating his progress would be fascinating - on every issue, he can say he fulfilled a promise, or others can say he broke a promise on the very same issue by looking at his flip, or at his flop.
One wonders how Mitt Romney expects to be president without women voting for him.
I'm beginning to abhor the man, prancing around the South in jeans claiming to love grits and droppin' his g's, trying to hide his silver spoon country club roots. Claiming to detest the elites, when in fact he is the ELITIST one in the room.
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