It looks like Montana’s out-of-touch candidate Rob Quist is attempting to change his tune. In recent days, amid CLF’s ad campaign exposing Quist’s views on universal health care as “out-of-tune” with Montanans, Quist changed his stance on that very issue on his website.

Montana voters won’t be fooled, Quist has already revealed himself as an extreme liberal, and now he’s just proving that he’ll say anything to get elected. Voters will reject him on both accounts.

See the changes for yourself below:

On Healthcare

On His Previous Campaign Website, Quist Said He Was “For Exploring Universal Health Care Options For All Montanans.” “I stand for Montanans dealing with a health care system that is more interested in profit than people. I am for exploring Universal Health Care options for all Montanans.” (“Issues,” Rob Quist For Congress Via Internet Archive, Accessed 3/14/17)

 

(“Issues,” Rob Quist For Congress Via Internet Archive, Accessed 3/14/17)

Quist’s New Website Does Not Mention Universal Healthcare. “Rob stands with seniors and will protect Social Security and Medicare. Seniors have worked hard and paid into these systems for their entire lives– and should never have to worry about losing these crucial programs.” (Rob Quist For Montana, Accessed 3/14/17)

On Taxes

On His Previous Campaign Website, Quist Advocated For A “Simplified Tax Code.” “As a small business owner, I am keenly aware of the undue burden of the present tax code. We must simplify and streamline the tax code so that it works for everyone.” (“Issues,” Rob Quist For Congress Via Internet Archive, Accessed 3/14/17)

 

(“Issues,” Rob Quist For Congress Via Internet Archive, Accessed 3/14/17)

Quist’s New Campaign Website Does Not Mention Simplifying The Tax Code. “As a small business owner and entrepreneur, Rob understands the burden of an unfair tax system that makes it harder for small business owners to thrive. He will make tax reform a priority, working to close tax loopholes for corporations that ship American jobs overseas and rewriting the tax code to support Montana’s small businesses, workers and families.” (Rob Quist For Montana, Accessed 3/14/17)

 

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