This is worth the five minutes it takes to watch (or watch again if it’s been awhile since you last saw a clip from this 2002 debate) and raises the question as to why in a YouTube world Romney would run an ad which says “When it wasn’t politically correct, he stood up for life in Massachusetts.” The entire point of the ad is to say he was consistent and that is just plainly false. So why run an ad like this? I must say it is rather unnerving to see him ridicule his opponent with such emotion for suggesting he might not stick to his then pro-choice position.
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