The Etch A Sketch candidate, Mitt Romney, responds to the stupidest remark a staffer could ever make by saying to the media that "he’s running as a conservative Republican."  How will you govern though???

He went on to say "I was a conservative Republican Governor."  Oh, that’s how he’ll govern.  He and I have a completely different idea as to what it means to be a "conservative Republican Governor."  It means first off that you actually do conservative things, not just give lip service to it.

But hey we’re just a bunch a sheep right?  Apparently he has it in the bag since the state who also elected two Governors who are sitting in prison said so (they must have a thing for dishonest politicians)…  Mitt says he’s (severely) conservative so just believe it.  Don’t think, just vote.  You know he’s the person who is the *most electable* too.

HT: Daniel Foster

Update: Jennifer Rubin wrote an unbelievable piece of crap spin saying this was a non-gaffe gaffe.  C’mon Jennifer is that lawyer speak?  I expect better writing out of you, especially like when you linked to me and said I made a good point.  That was brilliant.

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  1. He is running as a conservative republican…NOT….I am a conservative republican……          DON”T vote for him…Romney is as plastic as gumby.

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