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Thursday, July 12, 2007
posted by Kyle Hampton | 1:07 PM | permalink
From Jim Geraghty:

Matt Lewis spotlights a new message from the Brownback campaign:

The Brownback for President Campaign announced today it is officially proposing a new word be added to Webster's Dictionary: "Mitt-amorphasis."

1. (v) A self-directed and self-contradictory cyclical process, occurring in even-numbered years, by which a Massachusetts politician transforms at will.

I kinda like Brownback, and he's got some good people working for him. But man, you just cannot go after an opponent on flip-flopping when you just voted "yes", then "no" on cloture for the immigration deal in a span of about 13 minutes. You just can't.

This would be like Hillary charging that Obama has likeability and baggage issues.

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What is this clown's (Sorry, Senator Clown) objective?
Does he think he is going to hurt Romney?
Help himself?
Romney is being about as positive a human being can be in American Politics and Senator Switchback is acting like a spoiled child.
Is his staff nothing but Democrats?

By Anonymous GeorgiaMom, at July 12, 2007 at 3:24 PM  

Thank you for a laugh for the day! It's interesting to see what happens to the 3rd tier candidates when they realize they have no, should they add a term Brownbackonian: term used to describe hypocritical attacks of a 3rd tier candidate hopelessly trying to get some attention.

Sad that Brownback and Co. appear so bitter. There are plenty of other candidates without a chance of making the top-tier who manage to avoid meaningless ad hominem.

Flipback, er, Brownback?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 12, 2007 at 7:36 PM  

Changing your mind on such an important issue is a good thing. I wish more people would change their minds. I am taking a Political Science class in college and I linked the class discussion board to some anti-abortion sites that showed images of 8 week abortions and many of them changed their minds.

If someone is constantly changing their mind on issues like Hillary, that is a different matter...

What is "Flip"back, er, Brownback complaining about?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 13, 2007 at 7:19 AM  

I have no respect left for Brownback. When he first ran for Congress, he took a long time to test the political waters before he was willing to take a stand on abortion. When it became clear the pro-life direction was the winning ticket, he proclaimed his pro-life position to the world. Since then he's found his niche in politics by shouting this position to the world. His "moral" leadership is nothing more than political prowess. The recent flip-flop attacks on Romney are pure hypocrisy.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 13, 2007 at 11:21 AM  

Brownback who? I can't think of a greater flip-flop than what he pulled to finish the immigration debate. Attacking Mitt is his only voice. He literally has no other campaign. No message, no achievements.

Oh, that is so endearing. I just want to vote for Brownback now. He won me over. I am sucker for leaders who are petty. Way to go Sam, way to go!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 13, 2007 at 1:32 PM  

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