The Real Romney?

January 11, 2007 at 11:36 pm Leave a comment

Update: Since the video of his debate with Ted Kennedy resurfaced, Mitt Romney has felt the need to be interviewed on the Instapundit podcast. And, of course, he had to have himself videotaped doing so so that he could place the clip on YouTube. As Jeff Jarvis of Buzz Machine points out:

This is amazing on so many levels: YouTube allows an opponent to find a candidate’s words and play them again. But Romney chose to use podcasts and YouTube to respond. And big media has to pick that up.

Check out this video clip of a 1994 debate between Mitt Romney and Senator Ted Kennedy. Romney was trying to take over the Senate seat that Kennedy still holds today. Romney sounds downright liberal. This surely is not going to go down well with the right-wing political extremists that he is courting in his attempt to win the GOP nomination for the presidency. He may want to start looking for other employment.


Entry filed under: 2008 Election, Campaigns, Conservatives, Mitt Romney, Politics, Republicans, Video, YouTube.

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