Ron Paul has noticeably refrained from attacking Mitt Romney in recent weeks, prompting charges of collusion from his Republican rivals and overshadowing his own message in the press. But as voters went to the polls on Super Tuesday, Paul unleashed a rare jab at his competitor during an interview with Laura Ingraham.
Asked about past comments by Romney in print and interviews in which he appeared to support a federal health insurance mandate, Paul said it was a demonstration of "flip-flopping."
"Well I think it tells you that he is not a free-market conservative and that if the conditions are such, that you would wonder if he wouldn’t do that nationally again," Paul said. "It really raises a lot of questions because he’s been on both sides of so many issues."
Enough to quiet the conspiracy theories for now?