LETTERS: Romney is what he is, which isn't a good thing

Romney is what he is, which isn't a good thing

Cal Thomas states in ("Romney's Opportunity," Aug. 29, 8A) that Romney can now be himself and admit "I am what I am." Well, for those that have been paying attention to Mitt Romney's political career, he has flipped his position on virtually every salient economic, social, environmental and foreign policy issue so many times that he is more akin to pancakes being daily flipped at IHOP.

Romney has no center; no core beliefs, no principles and no integrity. He will say anything to voters because he believes he is entitled to become president. I will paraphrase Mr. Thomas in his article and opine the Republicans have no vision for the future, other than to pacify millionaires, billionaires, multi-national corporations, banks, Wall Street tycoons and right-wing zealots who want to turn this country back to the 19th century, which is a failed model for government.

-- Torin Togut



FordGalaxy 2 years, 3 months ago

Unlike Barack Obama, who, instead of flip-flopping, has "evolved" on several issues. Both of them are politicians. They lean whichever way the political winds blow. The saddest thing is that the media is dead-set on presenting us with only two choices. From early ages, we're taught that you are either Republican or Democrat. People need to open their eyes to both parties and see the vast hypocrisy they both embody.


kevin 2 years, 3 months ago

"Romney is what he is, which isn't a good thing" A person being who they are is great thing!

There is nothing wrong with a person being himself. Unlike Obama, who is NOT the person he is, but a Socialist Liberal that lies, lies. I'd much rather a person being themself.


Mack711 2 years, 3 months ago

You have to ask one question: Do I want a business man runinig this country or a community leader? Me personally, want a business man that knows how to get things done, Donald Trump is not available.


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