Politics

Video: A Collection of Mitt Romney's Flip-Flops

| by Michael Allen

On YouTube, 'channel4truth2012' uploaded a video (below) compilation of Mitt Romney's political flip-flops, dating back to his 1994 Senate race against Sen. Ted Kennedy, in which he scolded Senator Kennedy for using $10 million dollars of donors' money to run ads.

In another clip, Romney claims that he did not use lobbyists in his campaign, but when a reporter mentions a lobbyist in the Romney campaign, Romney says the lobbyist is actually a "senior advisor."

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More clips include Romney's flip-flops on health care, auto bailouts, Wall Street bailouts, abortion, gay rights, minimum wage, federal government spending, social security, Medicare, the economic stimulus package, global warming, stem cell research, raising taxes and more.