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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 9 2012 11:18 p.m. MDT

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WHAT NOW?
Saint George, UT

Not to worry...

The promise was made on Tuesday...

Today we will get the walk-back and/or clairification from Which Romney's campaign...

tabuno
Clearfield, UT

Romney appears to be seeking to have his cake and eat it too. As President, he wouldn't need to have any abortion legislation on HIS agenda as the House Republicans will surely offer him an opportunity to sign anti-abortion legislation that it passes and attempt to send onto him with the Senate concurrence.

Furry1993
Ogden, UT

I don't believe him. Anyone who believes this doesn't have a good appreciation of what Mitt is. He will say anything to get a vote, and he has new realized that he needs women's votes too so he's lying to get them. This is just a flip-flop. Nice try, Mitt, but it doesn't work.

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Waffle-waffle,
Flip-Flop,
Etch-a-Sketch...

Good grief!

Another day, and another shift in policy.

NO Integrity what-so-ever.

no fit in SG
St.George, Utah

Has their ever been a Presidential candidate in America who behaves like Mitt Romney?
Why are many voters so wrapped up in the gauze of Romney's hypnotic spell of daily policy change, that they cannot see the light, not to mention the disaster of a Romney presidency?
How can our nation vote this individual into the highest office in the world?
Are voters unable to see the problems and confusion that will come, both with Mitt's waffling..... and then.... his willingness to accept the advice from those who may not have the best interest of our citizens and America at heart?
Stop this out of control train before it's too late!

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