Courtesy of the 'Drive By Left Wing Blogosphere' (did I get that right Mr. Limbaugh?), John McCain has flip-flopped on the following issues: Signing
of the GI Bill, Campaign reform, Alien Minors Act/Immigration, Gay Marriage, Abortion, Nuclear Waste Storage, Negotiating with Kim Jong-Il,
Negotiating with Cuba/Castro, Negotiating with Hamas/Terrorists, Relations with Pakistan, Warrantless Wire-taps, Torture, Iraq War, Tax Cuts, Estate
Tax, Privatizing Social Security, Balanced Budget, Windfall Profits Tax, Offshore Drilling, Coyotes..Bush Big Time Fund Raisers, "Agents of
Intolerance", Martin Luther King Holiday, Confederate Flag, Evolution in Public Schools, Restoring the Everglades, Swiftboating, GITMO/Habeus Corpus,
Divestment from South Africa, Opposing Hurricane Katrina Investigations, McCain On His Economic Abilities, On Criticizing Obama While "Overseas",
Temperment and Temper, Drilling For Oil and Automobile Efficiency, Offshore Drilling, Payroll Taxes and Ethics Reform and Abramoff.
I would have listed the links that they provided verbatim, but that would be plagerism, so if you want to deny each of those flip flops please see
that site for the links they provide. Each one is documented.
Sure makes complaining about flip flopping on a changing energy market (oil reserves/offshore drilling) and slave reparations look silly when McCain
has changed his positions so much, no one knows what he really stands for. How many times has Obama flip flopped his position on legislation that he
either introduced or sponsored? None that I can find. McCain has done it, with two examples presented in the list.
When I read the title of this thread, I thought it must be dealing with those specific examples of flip flopping on legislation you either sponsored
There is no way anyone can try to come out hard on Obama for his perceived flips while overlooking McCain's numerous flip flops of his own. But that
seems to be the modus operandi for the McCain campaign. To attack your opponent your own flaws and miscues.
McCain 2000 vs. McCain 2008 is an interesting juxtaposition. McCain 2008 is much more like Bush 2000, that McCain himself. Did he learn from a
'winner'? I don't think so.
Who wins in a McCain vs McCain debate? Obama.