Willard did do his infamous "etch-s-sketch" move Wednesday night (which we were warned by his aides that he would do). But frankly, it just once more leaves me wondering if he has any real views at all. The inimitable Helen, at the blog called Margaret and Helen, puts this well when she writes:
If anyone out there has any idea of which Romney is running for President, please let me know because I can’t keep them all straight. Is he the guy who wants to end Medicare or the guy who wants to spend more money on Medicare? Is he the guy who wants to control my vagina or the one who believes that government shouldn’t be making healthcare decisions? Is he the guy who thinks that 47% of Americans are victims or the guy who thinks that tax cuts for the wealthy are a bad idea? Is he the guy who wants to work on day one with Democrats in Congress or the guy who on day one wants to reverse everything the Democrats accomplished? Is he the guy who likes Big Bird or the guy who will cancel Big Bird?
. . .that man has more faces than I have chins. I can’t keep up with which lie is the real lie. All this would be so much easier if Governor Romney would just do what he says his five sons do: pick a lie and stick to it.
She has a good point. Which lies are the real lies he wants us to believe. He actually gave us an incredible amount of lies in a short period of time. Maybe it's like a smorgasbord, where we are to pick our favorites. Here are the worst lies he told (as related by Think Progress):
Is this what we really want in a president -- someone who flip-flops on every issue and lies at the drop of a hat? Wouldn't a candidate like Willard, who lies on the campaign trail, have no compunction about lying to us once he is in office?