From Yahoo News:
One day before the crucial Florida primary, Romney lambasted the Arizona senator for a host of "liberal answers" to the country's problems. Among them: McCain's legislation curbing money in politics, his more forgiving view of illegal immigrants and his backing of an energy bill that Romney said would raise consumer costs.
"And I just don't think those liberal answers are what America is looking for, not for the Republican Party or for any party, for that matter," Romney said in.
McCain accused Romney of "wholesale deception of voters" and of flip-flopping on the issues.
"On every one of the issues he has attacked us on, Mitt Romney was for it before he was against it," McCain said.
He added, "The truth is, Mitt Romney was a liberal governor of Massachusetts who raised taxes, imposed witha big government mandate health care plan that is now a quarter of a billion dollars in the red, and managed his state's economy incompetently, leaving with less job growth than 46 other states."
Now boys, boys, settle down. Neither of you are liberal, not even close. There is no need for name calling like that. We already know that you, John, want us to be in Iraq for 100 years and to prepare us for more wars on top of that. You ditched that Straight-Talk Express back in 2000 and gave George Bush a big hug and promised to be his bestest friend, even though he stabbed you in the back. I guess you let bygones be bygones, right? So don't worry, you have warmongered enough to ensure (no not your favorite drink) that you are certainly no liberal.
Now Mittens, you are certainly no liberal either. With all of that business experience, you threw out any semblance of morality or having the ability to retain principles long ago. Sure, you were Governor of a liberal state but that was just a fluke to have a title like your Daddy. You'll say one thing and then another, on any topic. Of course that doesn't mean you believe in the position you take today and the opposite one tomorrow, it just means you'll do anything to win. That has nothing to do with liberalness, that resembles something closer to greed and lust (for power that is). So don't worry about being a liberal from Massachusetts, they have plenty of them already in the Bay State.