For everyone who supports Romney, I question your potential hypocrisy (that's what we do here, right?).
John Kerry did a lousy job of explaining why he changed his mind considering new information having been brought to his attention, and was branded a flip-flopper. Mitt Romney ran for Governer here in MA
spouting some of the most liberal Republican postions I've ever heard. Three examples: He was responsible for current MA
legislation that requires all Massachusetts residents to have health care. Part of this is a State program to aid those who cannot afford it. He supported Roe v Wade and was against prayer in schools.
Nowadays, when loking for national acceptance, what I'm reading about his platform would indicate that he feels otherwise; taking a more traditional conservative stance. So, is a flip-flopper only a flip-flopper if you diagree with what they have flip-flopped to?
Oh, and shouldn't the title of this thread be: Sen McCain's Running Mate? Last I checked, McCain hadn't been elected yet.
"People don't do what they believe in, they just do what's most convenient, then they repent." - Dylan