“Indeed, the term flip-flopper has become one of the dirtiest words in American politics.”
“Mitt Romney is often called a flip-flopper because of his range of views on health care.”
“The tag of flip-flopper haunts Romney after he shifted positions on issues such as abortion, gay rights and gun control to position himself for the Republican nomination in 2008, after governing more from the center in Massachusetts.”
“I'm so tired of Mitt being called a flip-flopper......”
“Dogged as a flip-flopper in 2008 for his repeated policy shifts to the right, Mr. Romney is running this time as the unflappable former businessman and nonpolitician.”
“So the characterization of Romney as a flip-flopper could reinforce one element of his general election strategy.”
“In the current situation, however, portraying Romney as a flip-flopper would not signal weakness or a lack of masculinity, but would tap into suspicions that he is not a true conservative.”
“According to today's New York Times, the president's advisers are debating whether to characterize Mitt Romney in terms of his inconsistency on important policies (flip-flopper), his support for far-right positions that are out of touch with the moderate middle (extremist) or a combination of both.”
“Finally, while Romney certainly is a flip-flopper and the Mitt vs.”
“A politician can't evolve their thinking without becoming a flip-flopper.”
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