Romney is trying out a new ad in Iowa entitled “Not Politically Correct.” He uses that term I think because it is a buzz word/phrase with conservatives but he really means “expedient” or “convenient” — but those words may be a bit too close for comfort. The ad goes after his “conviction” issue and is certainly a test of what voters will believe. It includes this line: “When it wasn’t politically correct, he stood up for life in Massachusetts.” Well that would be after he ran as a pro-choice candidate in 2002, got elected excoriating poor Shannon O’Brien for challenging his pro-choice bona fides and started planning his run for the presidency. A rival campaign chimes in: “He should have added a line saying, ‘when it wasn’t politically correct, Mitt Romney simply changed his position along with the political winds.'”
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