- v. present participle of flip-flop.
“Up until then, "it was his only high-profile flip-flop and he was in anguish over the idea of flip-flopping more than the decision on abortion.”
“And here i thought flip-flopping was a John Kerry thing.”
“Yet, as reported in this article Connecticut Democrats wants to dump Dodd, who is a far stronger supporter of health coverage than flip-flopping hypocrite "Joe the Jerk" Lieberman?”
“This man is a self serving, flip-flopping, hypocritical weasel.”
“The Democratic National Committee issued a "fact check" release on Romney's remarks, saying the Republican is "rewriting his record...and flip-flopping on his earlier positions" on health care, climate change, education and abortion rights.”
“He's done so by flip-flopping on the 12 lane bridge (again) and by the decided lack of dirty tricks against Wurster's effort.”
“Rivals of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Friday repeated their accusations of flip-flopping on core issues, after he told an audience on Thursday that he didn't know what caused global warming.”
“That's the measure of a leader, not just keeping his stance on an issue, but explaining why one is keeping that stance while educating the audience on why keelpng that stance is essential. no flip-flopping here.”
“I do not agree with another bailout but the Republicans have got to stop flip-flopping on this topic, pick a path and HELP execute.”
“The excerpts of the Record provide evidence of flip-flopping for specific Senators, of both parties.”
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