Wednesday, October 26, 2011

AFTER REFUSING TO TAKE A POSITION ON OHIO’S ANTI-LABOR LAW, ROMNEY IS NOW ’110 PERCENT’ BEHIND IT


From Think Progress
Yesterday, GOP candidate Mitt Romney visited Republican supporters of Ohio’s deeply unpopular anti-workers’ rights law to tell them he “was not endorsing” their position. In a typical display of his political convictions, Romney told Ohio Republican Party Chairman Kevin Dewine, “I’m not saying anything one way or the other.” But after weathering attacks from his GOPcompetitors, Romney announced today that he “is 110 percent behind” GOP Gov. John Kasich’s (OH) efforts to restrict the collective bargaining rights of teachers, police, and firefighters. He claimed he just wasn’t taking a position on other ballot issues. Watch it:

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