Is Romney is the most unprincipled presidential candidate ever? It's sad to watch him grovel for votes. I want Romney as the nominee because he is the least dangerous of the Republicans, but he is an embarrassment with his gaffes (Cadillac owning wife, NASCAR team owning friends, not caring about the poor, calling himself unemployed), his refusal to make a case for himself except by pandering to the Tea Party, and the ease at which he flip-flops. He's made himself into a weak candidate, and the only rationale I think for his flip flops is that he's charged with saving the Republican Party from the Tea Party, not with defeating Obama. Mitt Romney Backtracks On Comment Opposing Blunt Amendment [UPDATE] In an interview with Ohio News Network on Wednesday, Mitt Romney said he opposed a controversial amendment that would allow employers to opt out of covering any kind of health benefit for moral reasons. But minutes after his answer was broadcast, the Romney campaign was insisting he actually backed the bill. ... βIβm not for the bill, but look, the idea of presidential candidates getting into questions about contraception within a relationship between a man and a women, husband and wife, Iβm not going there.β ... But within the hour, the Romney campaign was insisting that the opposite was true. βRegarding the Blunt bill, the way the question was asked was confusing. Governor Romney supports the Blunt Bill because he believes in a conscience exemption in health care for religious institutions and people of faith," said Andrea Saul, a spokesperson for Romney.