Romney campaign reiterates ‘reset button’ line, opponents pounce

Comment By Bob L.
Thur.03-22-2012

What is going on with these what ever you want to call them, but they are not Republicans, I thought they were running for President, not IDIOT of the year, they are acting no better than Democrats posing as Republicans, or is it that they are Republicans posing as Democrats. Your guess.

These IDIOTS are no better than Obama, they have no direction of or what they are doing, they run head long in to it not knowing the problem is or what to do about it, all they know is throw money at it and that will solve the problem, Just like Obama and his Czars, BUT they sure do know how to tear DOWN this Country and it’s Constitution along with the American People.

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By Chris Moody | The Ticket
Wed.03-21-2012

CHICAGO—Mitt Romney has said for weeks that his campaign will be able to hit a “reset button” if he receives the party’s nomination, but his opponents pounced on the idea Wednesday when a campaign spokesman reiterated the theme, saying the general election “is like an Etch A Sketch, we shake it up and start all over again.”

When asked during an interview on CNN if  the conservative positions Romney has taken during the Republican primary season “would hurt him with moderate voters in the general election,” campaign spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom suggested Romney would receive a fresh start against President Barack Obama.

“Well, I think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign,” Fehrnstrom said. “Everything changes. It’s almost like an Etch A Sketch. You can kind of shake it up and restart all over again.”

Romney’s chief Republican rival, Rick Santorum, seized on Fehrnstrom’s comments, accusing Romney of planning to pander to moderate audiences in the general election.

“We all knew Mitt Romney didn’t have any core convictions, but we appreciate his staff going on national television to affirm that point for anyone who had any doubts,” Santorum spokesman Hogan Gidley said in a statement. “With the two-year anniversary of the signing of ObamaCare upon us, can voters really believe that the man who urged the president to use his healthcare plan in Massachusetts as a model would really repeal ObamaCare? Or is that promise just something they would ‘shake up and restart’ with when Romney hits the general election?”

The comments come the day after Romney won another major primary state with a victory in Illinois, further increasing his lead against Santorum.

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