Mitt Romney Hypocrisy Countdown: The ENDA Flip-Flop

Mitt Romney: 'I'll be better than Ted Kennedy for gay rights'“I am aware of the legislation that Barney Frank proposed [the Employment Non-Discrimination Act] and do support that and would vote in favor of that.”

— Mitt Romney
Romney: I’ll be better than Ted for gay rights
Bay Windows, August 25, 1994

“By 2006 [Romney] had reversed his ENDA position because it would ‘unfairly penalize employers at the hands of activist judges.’”

— Matthew Breen
In Obama We Trust
The Advocate, July 13 2012

 

We’re running a big batch of special posts on Mitt Romney’s flip-flops & other appalling examples of hypocrisy from now until all polls close Tuesday night. Add your own on Twitter using the hashtag #RomneyHypocrisy (and feel free to re-tweet ours)!

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