Home Cooking: Mitt Romney’s Waffle Recipe


If there is one thing that American’s almost unanimously dislike is a candidate who doesn’t have strong values, someone who bends like a branch on a tree whenever the wind blows.

Mitt Romney’s Waffle Recipe: This is a great one for those who just don’t know what they want to eat when they start cooking – the key feature to these pancakes is the ability to turn the side over and try something completely different from before. Here are the few crucial steps.

  • Start with enough dough
  • Add a little bit fo water and stir
  • Put on warm skillet @ 25% support – as a primer slow and steady wins the race
  • The key is to flip once or twice every time a side gets hot
  • Be vague and let cool
  • Hope the electorate doesn’t notice (Kennedy)
  • Try to win the election


Here are some of the flip-flops we have seen already:

47% Comments:

“It’s not eloquently stated… but its a message that i’m going to carry and continue to carry,” Source

“I said something completely wrong,” Source


“I respect and will protect a woman’s right to choose.” Source
“I never really called myself pro-choice.” Source

“I believe that since Roe v. Wade has been the law for 20 years we should sustain and support it.”  Source
“Roe v. Wade has gone too far.” Source


“I supported the assault weapon ban.” Source
“I don’t support any gun control legislation.”  Source

“I don’t line up with the NRA.” Source
“I’m a member of the [NRA].” Source

Campaign Finance:

“I would like to have campaign spending limits.”  Source  
“The American people should be free to advocate for their candidates and their positions without burdensome limitations.” Source  


“If Massachusetts succeeds in implementing it, then that will be a model for the nation.” Source 
“What works in one state may not be the answer for another.” Source

“I like mandates. The mandates work.” Source 

“I think it’s unconstitutional on the 10th Amendment front.” Source 


“I’m not in favor of privatizing Social Security or making cuts.” Source 
“Social Security’s the easiest and that’s because you can give people a personal account.” Source


“I will work and fight for stem cell research.”  Source
“In the end, I became persuaded that the stem-cell debate was grounded in a false premise.”  Source   


“It’s a tax cut for fat cats.” Source
“I believe the tax on capital gains should be zero.” Source


“It was not my desire to go off and serve in Vietnam.” Source
“I longed in many respects to actually be in Vietnam and be representing our country there.” Source

“When I first heard of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, I thought it sounded awfully silly.” Source
“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has worked well.” Source 


“The TARP program… was nevertheless necessary to keep banks from collapsing in a cascade of failures.” Source
“When government is… bailing out banks… we have every good reason to be alarmed.” Source


“These carbon emission limits will provide real and immediate progress.” Source
“Republicans should never abandon pro-growth conservative principles in an effort to embrace the ideas of Al Gore.” Source


Now President Obama has been known to have some flip-flops in the past. The most notable ones are saying that raising the debt ceiling is not “patriotic.” He also has made many promises that have failed to be implemented, such as expiring bush tax cuts, and raising capital gains taxes. Both of these however he has supported accomplishing.

I know the fact-checkers have been working hard since the debate, if you guys have any others – for either candidate please share!

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  3. Reply Robin Jan 29,2013 %I:%M %p

    Finally catching up on past blogs. This was a good one! Thanks for sharing!

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