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The Last Romney Flip-Flop

by Stuart Shapiro

John Kenney has some fun with the former presidential candidate:

The former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, asked how he was feeling after his loss to President Obama, vehemently denied that he ran for president, calling the accusation laughable.

“That’s preposterous,” Mr. Romney said at a news conference at his former campaign headquarters in Boston. “I’ve heard that claim, and it’s simply wrong. It’s not true. There’s no proof of it. I work at Bain Capital and by ‘work at Bain Capital,’ I mean I do not work for Bain Capital, I simply collect a check from Bain Capital, and by ‘collect a check,’ I mean I simply have it deposited to an offshore account in the Bahamas. Ha-ha. I’m joking. Who let the dogs out? Who? Who? Milk. Whole. Skim. Two percent. Breakfast cereals. What good fun.”

I’m going to miss having Governor Romney as a target.

About Stuart Shapiro

Stuart is a professor and the Director of the Public Policy program at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. He teaches economics and cost-benefit analysis and studies regulation in the United States at both the federal and state levels. Prior to coming to Rutgers, Stuart worked for five years at the Office of Management and Budget in Washington under Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush.

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