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Which Mitt Romney Are You Voting For? Do You Really Trust This Guy?

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Which Mitt Romney are you voting for? The one who would have let General Motors (GM) go into bankruptcy, and given no federal assistance? Or the Mitt of Monday's debate on U.S. foreign policy, who would have provided federal assistance in a managed bankruptcy -- which would have screwed all of the mom and pop businesses who were creditors of GM, and screwed all of the GM retirees? (Read: Romney on the Auto Bailout, Version 3.0)

Which Mitt Romney are you voting for? The one who would never announce a withdrawal date, or offer up a measuring criteria for getting out of Afghanistan; OR the Mitt of Monday night who said we are out of there no matter what in 2014? (Read: Romney on Afghanistan)

Which Mitt Romney are you voting for? The one who wanted to agree to Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu's low tolerance, bright line test for bombing Iran? Or the Mitt of Monday night who agrees with everything Obama is doing re: Iran? (Read: Romney Backs Israeli Stance on Threat of Nuclear Iran)

Which Mitt Romney are you voting for? The one who criticized every aspect of the Obama administration's foreign policy during the primaries, and now on the campaign circuit? Or the Mitt who tacked to the center and agreed with Obama on almost every foreign policy issue?

Which Mitt Romney are you voting for? The one who wanted to give a tax cut to all people earning over $250,000? Or the Mitt who wants to keep them tax neutral by reducing their rates, but cutting their deductions? (Read: Romney Magic Tax Plan)

Which Mitt Romney are you voting for? The one who effectively said "F-You" to the 47 percent (including seniors and military veterans)? Or the Mitt who now says he stands up for 100 percent of Americans?

Which Mitt Romney are you voting for? The one who said he would always take every tax break available to him under the law? Or the Mitt who did not take his full charitable tax deduction in 2011, in order to keep his tax rate over 13 percent (I am sure he will file amended 2011 returns after the election to get back the $1.2 million he left on the table, by under-claiming deduction for his charitable giving)? By the way, where are Mitt's prior tax returns?

Do you really trust Mitt? Which Mitt Romney are you going to get?

Steven Greene for BlackandBrownNews.com