So how exactly are we supposed to make a decision as to whether or not to vote for him?
In case it’s not obvious, this is the campaign being run by Mitt Romney. It’s as if we didn’t already have enough concerns about his flip-flopping on such crucial issues as abortion, health-care (read “Romneycare”) and gun control, we are now being asked to “take him at his word” on these as well as other equally important issues.
At one point he was calling for transparency, yet he now seems committed to opacity (another flip-flop); the tragedy may be that he is not only hurting his own chances, but those of other Republican candidates as well. As a consequence, this could threaten his party’s ability to retain/take control of the House and Senate.
It’s Sarah Palin all over again — a great party being devastated by the top of the ticket.
A sad state of affairs indeed.
Gordon P. Rondeau Marietta