Autumn Leaves: Mitt Romney poem
Photo by Justin Balinski
I can like Big Bird without believing the government should force you to fund his feathers.
I can believe a state government has different responsibilities than the federal.
I can be liberal in one decade and conservative by the standards of another.
I can believe charity is more powerful than taxation.
I can believe as important as something may be, timing and context are just as important.
You can call me a flip-flopper.
Contradictions can only be found by comparing apples to apples, oranges to oranges. But remember: Red Delicious aren't Granny Smith; Navel aren't Blood.