http://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolitics … rom-rivals
Considering Romney's past of flip flopping, this isn't surprising. He has recently flipped on his 47% comment. His initial comments were simply "not elegantly stated."
Now, tonight on Fixed News, he claimed he was "completely wrong" about what he said.
http://slatest.slate.com/posts/2011/10/ … rming.html
No specifics on deductions! Let's not forget he was in favor of gay rights and abortion in the past, but has changed his tune. He also said this:
"I will not create jobs or hold jobs that kill people. And that plant kills people and PG&E has been given a notice to have it cleaned up by 2004 and they have thumbed their nose at the people of Massachusetts and Salem Harbor by not cleaning it up on time. So we're saying, clean it up on time, do the job in the community, invest in cleaning technology."- http://grist.org/politics/2011-05-20-fl … ll-people/
He admitted a specific coal planet was KILLING people! Oh how times have changed...
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