Bachmann goes Nuclear in New Ad No Surprises 2012 'Don't Settle'

With Michele Bachmann, there are no policy flip-flops. There’s no need to compromise on one of the issues that matters to you. She means what she says, and she says what she means.

via Don’t Settle: – YouTube.

GOP contender Rep. Michele Bachmann released a web ad Tuesday attacking most of her Republican competition for switching positions on policies, or avowing ideas that are not in lock step with conservative ideology.

The ad titled “No Surprises 2012″ opens with the question: “Who is the consistent conservative?”

It then cobles video clips of her competition being less than “consistently conservative,” starting with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney saying, “I believe abortion should be safe and legal in this country” and “I will preserve and protect a woman’s right to choose.”

Since running for president, Romney has said he is anti-abortion rights.

The ad also includes Herman Cain, who insists he is “100 percent pro-life” but said in a recent CNN interview that abortion “ultimately gets down to a choice that that family or that mother has to make.”

Bachmann also assails Texas Rep. Ron Paul for saying Iran should be entitled to build a nuclear weapon and Texas Gov. Rick Perry for supporting in-state tuition for illegal immigrants.

via HotAirPundit: Bachmann Slams All the GOP Candidates in New Web Ad: “No Surprises 2012” (Video).

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