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Politics : View from the Center and Left

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To: Wharf Rat who wrote (198423)8/24/2012 8:50:46 AM
From: Sam  Read Replies (4) of 521967
 
Boy, Romney really does seem to be reshaping the Republican Party. I am pretty sure that the guy who expresses the following sentiments--a prolific winger blogger--was one of the many in the party who were "ABR" (Anyone But Romney) during the primaries:

As I listened to Romney, I asked myself: what better spokesman for conservative ideas have we had in recent years? I couldn’t think of any. You can go back to Reagan, of course. Reagan’s style was more cerebral, less passionate. He was a great articulator of conservatism, but no better, in my opinion, than Romney. Since Reagan? I can’t think of anyone. While Romney spoke, I was flanked by two of Minnesota’s most dedicated conservative activists and donors. I asked each in turn, what better spokesman for conservative principles has our movement had in recent years? Like me, they couldn’t come up with any.

powerlineblog.com

Remarkable. They simply wipe from memory any contrary statement the guy has made over the years or contrary position he has held. Or contrary position that they themselves held just a few months ago.

Talk about short memories....
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