Flip flop flip.............

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    2012 has to be the worst Presidential election in history. Which should I chose? The Liberal with a "D" or the Liberal with an "R"?
     
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    Romney didn't flip flop. He evolved. You know. That's the new phrase. So don't play high and mighty lib and don't play holier than thou.

    So Romney's evolving.

    Just like Obama did on so many issues including this recent one where the White House was all in a giant hissy fit over Romney's Jerusalem comments.

    Candidate Obama Also Called Jerusalem Israel’s Capital, Then Backtracked

    On June 4 of that year – one day after announcing he had secured the required number of delegates to win the Democratic nomination – Obama delivered a speech at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) policy conference.

    Any negotiated agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, he said, “must preserve Israel’s identity as a Jewish state with secure, recognized, defensible borders. And Jerusalem will remain the capital of Israel and it must remain undivided.”

    The pledge brought a standing ovation from the 7,000-plus AIPAC audience, praise from pro-Israel organizations in the U.S. – and an Arab outcry.


    Candidate Obama Also Called Jerusalem Israel
     

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