He once did when it was convenient but now no longer because the extreme far right wing of the Republican Party has yelled at him to either change his stance or they would turn their back on him. Now the Mormon bishop from Massachusetts and the man who has flip-flopped so often he makes John Kerry look "very consistent" has reversed course again, from "My view has been to allow the minimum wage to rise with the CPI [Consumer Price Index] or with another index so that it adjusts automatically over time" to now"There's probably not a need to raise the minimum wage."Icheoku says, needless to add that barely one month ago, when confronted with the same minimum wage issue, Mitt Romney had then declared that "I haven't changed my thoughts on that."
Icheoku queries how strong this Mitt Romney's backbone really is if he cannot stand ordinary pressure from some fanatics of his party forcing his John Kerry moment of "I was for it before I was against it and I voted for it before I voted against it" to become so glaring clear? How does he really plan to defend his quick-sand shifting positions on virtually all issues come November or is he praying that Americans would develop dementia not to remember the tumbling and somersaulting positions he repeatedly took on issues. Mitt Romney also prides himself as the man who understands how economy works and would fix the economy and that economy is his proverbial strongest suit? Icheoku however makes bold to ask, if Mitt Romney could not see the economic necessity for saving American auto industry which have since rebound, how then could he parade himself as an economic miracle-worker since economics depends mainly on forecasting trending future activities that will lead to growth and productivity.
Anyway, America, the greatest mistake we will make this November is to allow this conman to con his way into the White House based on his vulture capitalism records. Except probably you want him to "fix" the economy on your back by firing literally everybody and reorganizing America working force into the unthinkable and unimaginable. Icheoku concludes that Bain Capital economic recipe does not have a place in governance and since a president is not a CEO, he is required for political expediency to carry the people along; unlike Mitt Romney who likes to fire people and have no qualms issuing people pink slips.