With Mitt Romney seemingly being the presumptive nominee for the Republican Party to challenge President Obama in November, will the real Romney step forward? He's been called a well-lubricated weather vain and an Etch A Sketch by two different Republicans and here's why: First, he says one thing to one group of people, then the next day he says another to a different group of folks. He flip-flops so much that we don't know who is showing up. Will it be yesterday's, today's or tomorrow's Romney?
He called the Paul Ryan budget plan, which takes millions of dollars from Medicare and education, marvelous. Then he said that he will do everything in his power to save them. It seems that he just put his foot in it. How can he say that he knows of what the everyday person is feeling or going through day after day, when he is having an elevator build into one of his homes to bring up one of his many automobiles? How can he face those American automakers and ask them for their support when he wanted their companies to go bankrupt?
Today millions of Americans are working and supporting their families despite what he wanted for them. How many mouths could have been fed with the money he spent sending his horse to France to compete in a dancing contest called a "dressage?" Just how much money is being spend sending it there, training it and maintaining it while in that country? He'll put the tax burden on the middle class, the poor and old, while giving his super rich friends a larger tax break than what George W. Bush did.
By the way, Mitt isn't he's real name; it's Willard, so if that doesn't prove of what a phony he man is, what will? Now if the American public want to go back to what got us here, then Romney should be their man. If not, then stick with the man who's trying to take the country out of the ditch it was left in by the last rich spoon-fed individual with a rich daddy.
A well-lubricated weather vane, an Etch A Sketch, and a flip-flopper. Those are just some of the names that other Republicans have called him, and they're in his party.
Miguel R. Serda, Jr.