Posted by Josh Cohen on Wednesday, June 01, 2011 at 6:00 PM
In what is quickly becoming a political epidemic, a growing number of those who supported Mitt Romney in 2008 have defected to other presidential candidates or remain uncommitted. It seems they’ve come down with a rampant case of flip-flopping. Perhaps they contracted it from Mr. Romney himself -- there’s no way to know for sure.
But one thing is clear: support for Mitt Romney’s presidential bid isn’t what it used to be.
Take, for example, Romney’s 2008 New Hampshire Chair Bruce Keough, who won’t support Romney again because of his “wishy-washy political identity.” Or take New Hampshire political advisor Rich Killon, who supported Romney in 2008 but now works for another candidate who “won’t sacrifice his principles” like Romney.
Or take former Romney advisor Sally Bradshaw of Florida, who originally chose to back Haley Barbour this year because, unlike Romney, with Barbour “what you see is what you get.”
Check out Mitt Romney’s Yearbook page. And to ensure he has a good summer vacation, make sure to share with your networks as well.