As the title of the article says, “just because Romney said it in public doesn’t mean that he thinks it in private” creates a whole other bag of worms regarding the Romney candidacy. The prospect of Romney as president makes me very nervous because I haven’t a clue as to what Romney actually stands for. You hear pundits speak about not paying attention to anything Romney said during the primary because that isn’t what he really is all about. So if we go back to his days at MA, he wasn’t good at getting MA off the 47th rank of job creation. He made his fortune at Bain doing the venture capitalism thing. He did exceptionally well at Harvard and sent his boys there fantastic, but he said to people if YOU can’t afford it, be happy to go to a cheaper school because government isn’t here to help you. I don’t know how he really feels about reproductive privacy and rights because in MA he said one thing and now he wants to stop federal funding of Planned Parenthood across the board. What I am getting at here, is that I cannot see how a voter can trust who they are going to get in the White House if he or she votes Romney, he seems to be a man who will do what works for him. His tax returns show what has worked for him and those policies don’t work for the rest of us.
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