McCain Has Romney’s Number

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in McCain, New Hampshire, Romney

Romney this morning:

“There’s no way that Sen. McCain is going to be able to come to New Hampshire and say that he’s the candidate that represents change — that he’ll change Washington. He is Washington,” Romney said on the campaign trail Friday.

Romney in 2002:

“One of the reasons the people of America honor Sen. McCain and why I’m so proud to have him standing with me today is that he has brought American values to the debate on the issues we care about,” Romney said at the time. “He has always stood for reform and change.”

Mitt Romney’s biggest problem is Mitt Romney and McCain knows how to dismantle guys like him.

This will be interesting to watch.


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One Response to “McCain Has Romney’s Number”

  1. S.W. Anderson Says:

    The change Romney represents is the small change most nonwealthy, not-well-connected Americans will be left with if he gets to continue Bush’s Robin Hood-in-reverse policies.

    Romney is also wrong about McCain not representing change. It was reported today McCain would be perfectly OK with keeping our troops in Iraq for 100 years — up 80 years from what he was saying back in November. This is a change from the “until my last day in office” limit Bush put on it.

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