Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Reporters Now Telling Romney Campaign Where Candidate Stands

The Romney campaign was in disarray yesterday after Mitt was taken to a campaign headquarters in OH where local volunteers were supporting anti-union ballot measures. Romney refused to take a stand on the issue when he was at the campaign headquarters, which was certainly weird. (Hint: if you're rallying support for a campaign, the assumption is that you support it. Romney's non-support was an eye-brow raiser, and his campaign didn't know what to do about it.
After reporters found that Mitt Romney's Facebook page in June expressed support for Kasich and his reforms, the Romney team went on the offensive to "clarify" their position this morning.
So not only does Romney not know which side of an issue he supports, but neither does his campaign? He has to be told by reporters, whose evidence is a video of Romney picking a side months ago? Does he do it at random?