Mitt Romney should know by now that if he plans on becoming the next President, he should expect everyone to delve into his past and dig up any information that may be detrimental to his White House plans.
What’s admirable about Mitt is his consistent flip-flopping on the issues, his aloofness when it comes to his past dealings with the company he ran, Bain Capital, and his unabashed honesty that he isn’t afraid to display - even in a room full of people who won’t vote for him.
Case in point: Yesterday, the Republican Presidential candidate spoke at a NAACP event and flat out kept it real, sticking to the script to say that he will repeal Obamacare once elected.
Here is where you have to admire the guy; he goes into a room full of black people and tells them he’s going to repeal a law that was a monumental accomplishment signed by the first black president.
Mitt’s going to have a hard time when he faces Obama as he tries to slip his way out of defending Obamacare, a law based off his own creation when he was Governor of Massachusetts.
But that’s Mitt for you. He’s a businessman, he can trick, elude and maneuver his way out of any situation - no matter how sticky it is.
Mitt has a long road ahead of him to the White House, so in the meantime, take a look at some of his best lies, flip-flops and aloof moments we dug up.