At a rally in Virginia on Friday, President Obama coined a new term: Romnesia. It's a condition affecting Mitt Romney, causing him to conveniently forget his self-described "severely conservative" positions and the promises he's made over the past six years that he's been running for president.
The President even listed the symptoms because, he says, "I want to make sure nobody else catches it":
—Saying you're for equal pay for equal work, but refusing to say whether or not you supported the law that gave women the tools to fight back if they don't get equal pay for equal work.
—Saying women should have access to contraceptive care, but supporting legislation that would let your employer deny you coverage for birth control.
—Saying you'll protect a woman's right to choose, even though you made it clear you'd be "delighted" to sign a law outlawing that right to choose.
Mitt Romney might want to see a doctor, because he's got all those symptoms.
We haven't forgotten Romney's extreme positions, and we can't let other women forget, either.
They need to know exactly what a Romney-Ryan presidency would mean for us and our families.
So log on to the call tool and make at least 10 calls now, and every day this week. The conversations you have this week could make or break this election for the President. Thanks for your help.