Romney Will “Say Anything” To Get Elected Says DNC

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DNC National Press Secretary Melanie Roussell

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The Democratic National Committee is camped out in Iowa responding to attacks on President Obama from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

DNC National Press Secretary Melanie Roussell says despite his claims to be a job creator, Romney actually has a poor record in that area.

Roussell also says Romney relies on polling numbers instead of his “core values” to determine his stances on issues such as abortion.

Roussell says because he lacks those core convictions, Romeny will “say anything” to get elected.

Roussell noted that the entire field of Republican candidates in Iowa are fighting to see who can be the most extreme.

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