The Leopard cannot change its spots.
Mr. Romney tries to be all things to all people. My grandmother would say, "He hangs his mouth where the soup is dropping".
The trouble is that in this day and age, our utterances and our appearances are recorded somewhere by someone - all the time - or so it seems.
And episodes from our past crop up at inopportune times; at their embarrassingly worst; to humble us.
For most of us who aspire to nothing more than being our regular selves, this is not a problem.
But Mr. Romney who will say anythingto win the votes to get him into the White House should make the effort to remember what he said.
But it is impossible for the leopard to change its spots.