Kerry seems to be a pretty bad flipflopper, but he is nothing compared to the guy he learned it all from, George Bush! Bush said he'd support firefighters w/ a 3.5 billion dollar aid deal, but after 18 months when the firefighters finally got it, it was no where near the 3.5 billion. 1) Bush opposed the extension of the 9/11 commision, but now he is for it. President George W. Bush and House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) have decided to oppose granting more time to an independent commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks. Link 2) Bush was against a 9/11 commission, but now he is for it President Bush said Thursday he opposes forming a special commission to investigate how the government handled terrorism warnings before Sept. 11, saying the information is too sensitive for such an investigation to be conducted in a public forum.Link "This administration has provided unprecedented cooperation to the 9/11 commission," McClellan said. "It provided access to every single bit of information that they have requested." http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/02/27/politics/main602767.shtml 3)Bush said he would only give a one hour of his time to the 9/11 commision, now he says he'll answer all questions they want to raise.http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/02/27/politics/main602767.shtml 4)Bush was opposed to the commission investigating the huge meltdown of intelligence in Iraq, but now he is for it. Until now, President Bush has reacted coolly toward the idea of a new commission, refusing to endorse it publicly. But his administration is under mounting election-year pressure to agree to an independent inquiry about Iraq's alleged arsenal of banned destruction. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,110074,00.html 5)Bush said he wouldn't negotiate with terrorists or countries belonging to the "Axis of Evil", but since then Bush has negotiated with the North Koreans, the palestinians, and made a peace agreement with the People's Mujahideen of Iran Terror must be stopped. No nation can negotiate with terrorists. For there is no way to make peace with those whose only goal is death. Since Sept. 11, I've delivered this message: Everyone must choose; you're either with the civilized world, or you're with the terrorists." http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=27114 Bush was oringinally opposed to a Department of Homeland Security, but after much pressure, he flipflopped. Bush said he would regulate power plants' output of carbon dioxide, but he has flipflopped. Bush said he wouldn't allow the UN to bid on contracts, now he does. Bush flipflopped on steel tariffs. Bush said he was against "nation building", but now his presidency revolves around nothing else. This is just the beginning of the Bush flip flop thread. I'll continue to add them as they come.