One of the more notable aspects of Mitt Romney’s failed bid for the presidency was his penchant for flip-flopping on the issues.
Romney figured early on that the only way he could win the Republican nomination was by disowning many of the positions he held as governor of Massachusetts. This strategy earned him a reputation as a first-class flip-flopper.
But rare is the politician who can flip-flop and then flip back again. Let’s face it — a 360 is at least twice as difficult as a 180.
Ah, but Jeb Bush has attempted this daunting maneuver on the issue of ...