How is it positive from a campaign point of view? It contradicted Romney's reputation as a political chameleon.
"The fact that he doesn't change his position . . . that's the upside for us," said one Romney adviser
You can't do a Sistah-Soljah moment on the right. They don't care if your convictions are authentic. Indeed, they really prefer if they aren't -- there's more power in being able to force a politician to pander, after all. No, the only thing that matters to them is ideological conformity and pissing off liberals (and not necessarily in that order.)
After Rush talked about it I decided to call his show. You can see the transcript
posted by Michael_H at 5:11 AM on June 10 [+] [!]
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