Here's what Mitt really thinks of Utah Republicans, and Republicans in general:
If you can't watch the video, here are his words:
- "I'm not convinced that a state would be better off with all Republicans. As a matter of fact, I've been in a state like that for the past three years. Not a good thing."
- "It is a very clear thing for the people across the commonwealth (of Massachusetts) that my R doesn't stand so much for Republican as it does for Reform."
- "I'm not running for the Republican view or a continuation of Republican values. That's not what brings me to the (governor's) race."
- "I lived in a place that was a one-party state that was primarily Republicans and I thought, 'Oh, won't that be nice?' The answer is no."
- "it is always a burden for someone to run with R for Republican after their name. Surely I have many friends who are Republicans and Republican voters."
"It was in the context of a gubernatorial race" in Massachusetts, not in Utah, said Romney Spokesman Kevin Madden. Right the context for what Romney says always changes, and by context you mean audience. When he is running in Massachusetts, he is a liberal. When he is running for the GOP nomination he is a conservative.
Let's find some more Romney flip flops caught on tape, shall we?
In 1994 he said this:
Tucker Carlson points out Multiple-Choice Mitt: