As we've pointed out before time, and time, and time again, Mitt Romney seems to be on every side of any issue - including issues he's been against, previously. At this point, it almost seems that Mitt has gone from pathetic lying to almost pathological lying, on all kinds of issues.
Take the auto bailout, for example.
In 2008, Mitt Romney was clearly against the government bailing out the American auto manufacturers.
Mitt Romney even wrote an entire article, in the New York Times, entitled "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt" where he explained how he would let Detroit go bankrupt.
The Republican Party even had a chance to vote on the auto bailout back in 2008 - and they voted no!
Yet, now - four years later - Mitt Romney seems to have decided that since both GM and Chrysler are doing really well, and Americans LIKE the jobs that the American auto industry is bringing back, Mitt is attempting to take credit for the auto bailout he was against.
Since when does a MANAGED BANKRUPTCY include a bailout from the government, Mitt?
Here's a hint, Mitt: It doesn't.