Romney's Rules* (*Subject To Change Without Notice)
- Mitt Romney often flip-flops to appeal to one element or another of his party. This flip-flop, however, shows just how far Romney will go to try change reality for pure political expediency.
- Ultimately it's about his belief that he should get to play by a different set of rules than everyone else.
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Break It Down: Straight talk, Romney-style: It's not a tax. It is a tax. It wasn't a tax when I did it, but it is when Obama does it. [Tweet it! ]
Brand It: Romney's Rules: one set of rules for him, another for everyone else. (Note: His are subject to change, without notice and depending on who's asking and when.) [Tweet it! ]
- It's a "penalty" when Romney does it, a "tax" when Obama does it.
- Just like when it comes to paying taxes: Romney stashes money in offshore accounts and pays 14% on the rest -- paying their fair share is for other people.
- Or who should pay more: Romney thinks he should pay less taxes, but you should pay more.
What It All Means: What Romney's really saying on Obamacare: I want to repeal the best health care idea I've ever had! [Tweet it! ]
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