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Mitt Romney on DNC ‘flip’ ad: ‘Bring it on.’

Chris Moody
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HIALEAH, Fla.--Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney summed up his response to a new Democratic Party video accusing him of flip-flopping in three words: "Bring it on."

"They want to throw the primary process to anybody but me. But bring it on," Romney said after a speech at a Latin food company warehouse west of Miami. "We're ready for them."

The ad, released by the Democratic National Committee Monday, shows clips of Romney giving conflicting answers to several policy questions over the years, playing into the theme that he's an inconsistent candidate.

"I don't know what the Democrats are so afraid of," Romney added.

Romney made the comments on his first stop on a day-long swing across Florida today, with speeches in Hialeah, Naples and Tampa.

Along the way, Romney secured the endorsement of key members of the South Florida Cuban community, Florida Republican Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and former Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart, all major critics of President Obama's efforts to open economic channels with the island nation. Romney announced Tuesday that the trio would serve as foreign policy advisers to his campaign.

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