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Flip-flop and pander all you want, John ... but with your perfect senate record of anti-abortion votes, and the fact that three supreme court positions will be nominated during the next presidency, there is NO WAY I, or any self respecting woman, or any soul who cares about a woman's right to choose will EVER vote for you.
Flip-flop again from the poorest candiate of the three.
(An Obama “refinement” is not the same as the MANY McCain 180° Flip-flop, then Flip again!) — Just Duckley
New McCain Ad: ‘Summer of Love’ - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
"Flip-flop" is an imecilic meme invented by Karl Rove to appeal to nincompoops who are the base of George W. Bush.
Poll: National Race Tightens; Majority Says Obama Flip-Flopped On Key Issues
I can just hear it now, "Flip-flop, flip-flop, flip-flop."
Dems Favored To Pick Up Louisiana House Seat -- GOP Pessimistic
"Flip-flop" took hold as an anti-Kerry theme because it was repeated ad nauseum in the press.
Peter Daou: THE TRIANGLE: Matthews, Moore, Murtha, and the Media
• Political: Cowboy, Loafer – both plain and penny, Flip-flop, Hush Puppy, Wedge (the only visual 2-part award), Sandal, Track – Alaskan recipients only;
Flip-flop much, or just say whatever you need to for the pay?
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Flip-flop: Even a company trying to be a good corporate citizen is not immune to confrontation.
Continuing the same story for a second day, Gibson proclaimed at the opening of the ABC World News on June 20, "Flip-flop flack: Mounting criticism of Barack Obama for refusing public financing."
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