The Mitt Romney who’s running for the Republican presidential nomination has said he would sign legislation to end Medicare as we know it, slash Social Security, and repeal health care reform as one of his first acts in office.
But over the years, Mitt Romney has supported expanding access to health care, protecting a woman’s right to choose, and investing in infrastructure—just like the kind in the Recovery Act that brought us back from the brink of a depression.
It’s one thing for a politician’s positions to evolve over time. It’s another to flip back and forth over the course of a 20-year political career based on what office you’re running for and where.
And that’s exactly what Romney has shown: He has no core convictions or values. With him, it’s all just politics.
It makes you wonder—which Mitt would we get in the White House?
And which Mitt would we be relying on to make decisions on behalf of millions of Americans, during a crisis, or as commander in chief?
So we took a hard look at his record, everywhere he’s stood on the issues, and put it all together in the form of a new site.
We can’t predict exactly how Mitt would govern as president, but you can take the quiz to test how well you know his track record to get an idea—and perhaps learn a little more about the man some are calling the Republican front-runner.
The answer may surprise you.