SNLs Romney Makes His Closing Argument: Nothing Ive Said in the Past Should Be Any Indication of My Positions in the Future

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Saturday Night Live’s Mitt Romney made his final pitch on the eve of the election, declaring that “if there’s anything people should know about Mitt Romney at this point, it’s nothing I’ve said in the past should be any indication of my positions in the future.”

“Weekend Update” host Seth Myers had asked Romney about his past remarks about eliminating FEMA from the federal government.

“In my defense, that was a comment I made during a Republican primary debate. That’s like judging a person’s behavior while they’re pledging a fraternity,” Romney said. “I want to make it clear that when I said we should get rid of FEMA, it was sunny.”

Check it out below, via NBC: