Joan Vennochi at the Boston Globe illustrates the difficulties facing Mitt the Flip in his attempt to shift with the political winds. A nugget:
The father of RomneyCare can’t apologize for the health care law he backed in Massachusetts, not as he heads out on tour for his book “No Apology.’’
As usual, he is trying to have it both ways: ObamaCare is a usurpation of personal freedom; RomneyCare is a celebration of state’s rights.
In making the argument, the Bay State’s ex-governor is trying to duck the truth around the so-called individual mandate, the underpinning of both the federal and state laws.
She goes on to remind us that Senator Ted Kennedy used to refer to Romney as “Multiple Choice Mitt.”