Democrats taunt Mitt over advisor’s Etch A Sketch remark

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Mitt Romney advisor Eric Fehrnstrom exposed Romney to hits from rival Rick Santorum as well as from Democrats after he said in an interview that after the primary–in the general election, Romney would hit the “reset” button. Fehrnstrom provided Romney’s critics vivid and damaging imagery by comparing the Romney campaign to the Etch A Sketch toy–which makes a drawing disappear when you shake it up.

Below, from the Democratic National Committee…

The Eric in the reference is Eric Fehrnstrom, a top Mitt Romney campaign advisor; Brad is Brad Woodhouse, the Democratic National Committee communications chief.

Here’s the problem Mr. Romney: after you have said you would get rid planned parenthood, supported legislation to deny women affordable access to contraception, called the Dream Act a handout you would veto, said “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt and called yourself “severely conservative” a “real conservative” a “John Adams conservative” and a “social conservative” a whole boatload of Etch-A-Sketches won’t erase all that. You sir, are unshakably extreme.


Thanks again Eric.



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