No surprise, really:
While he is yet to campaign in Wisconsin, Mitt Romney worked the state’s Republican voters from Dallas on Wednesday, holding a “telephone town hall” in which he embraced Gov. Scott Walker’s labor policies, endorsed U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan’s House budget….
- Romney endorses Walker’s anti-labor policies
- Romney endorses Ryan’s budget which will end the current Medicare program and replace it with “coupon care”
The problem for Romney is that these two positions taken together pretty much make him unelectable in a general election.
Romney is counting on being able to “hit the reset button”—start over in his political positioning—after winning the nomination.
Will it work in 2012? Can a campaign really erase history when access to video, audio, and print media has become so democratized? Or will truckloads of money succeed in buying a big case of collective amnesia?