Romney lies faster than I can type


Yesterday I wrote, “The pious Mr. Mitt has been telling a new lie each day concerning where he stands on workers’ bargaining rights.” This was in response to a story out of Ohio. I filed my blog entry and went about my real-world business.

Meanwhile, Romney was in my hometown, serving up a whopper to contradict his previous statements on another subject:

Speaking to a crowd in Philadelphia yesterday, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R) suddenly changed his position on whether humans contribute to climate change, insisting that “we don’t know what’s causing climate change on this planet.”

He added that “the idea of spending trillions and trillions of dollars to try to reduce CO2 emissions is not the right course for us.”

Romney’s comments might confuse those who listened in on him in June, when he told an audience in New Hampshire, “I believe that humans have contributed” to climate change.

“Trillions and trillions…” There should be a blog just for Romney’s lies and flip-flops. New material would be available every day, every time he made a public statement. We know where you stood on health insurance this morning, Mr. Mittens, I mean Mr. Romney. What’s your opinion this afternoon?

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