Thursday, April 29, 2010

Crist-icism Down the Memory Hole

Until earlier today, went to this page. Here's the money quote:

“To put these rumors to rest once and for all, as we have said countless times before, Governor Crist is running for the United States Senate as a Republican. He will not run as an Independent or as a No Party Affiliation.

“The Governor is proud of his conservative credentials and stands firmly behind the principles of limited government and more personal freedom, the bedrock values of the Republican Party. He is proud to be a member of the Party of Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan.

“This should completely and utterly put to rest any of the unfounded rumors coming from the Rubio campaign that Governor Crist would run as anything other than the Republican that he is.”
Now, strangely, the first link produces this:
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Sorry, Charlie, but you can't just make inconvenient prior statements disappear down the Memory Hole. The voters will remember in November.

1 comment:

  1. This just adds more proof that he was a RINO to begin with. People with no values have no problem changing their statements to suit themselves.


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