Romney doesn’t seem to know what he believes. Like Woody Allen’s Zelig, when he is with conservatives he is a conservative. When appealing to the middle ground he is a moderate.
That he cannot without obfuscation state his position on the central issue facing the nation – whether the government should intervene in the economy – is troubling, not least to conservatives who intend to vote for him.
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