It is hard to believe that President Bush would accuse Senator Kerry of changing his position on the issues, especially when Mr. Bush has such a strong record of flip-flopping:
Mr. Bush was against campaign finance reform; now he is for it.
Mr. Bush was against a Homeland Security Department; now he is for it.
Mr. Bush was against an independent 9-11 commission; now he is for it.
Mr. Bush was against an Iraq WMD investigation; now he is for it.
Mr. Bush was against nation building; now he is for it.
Mr. Bush was against deficits; now he is for them.
Mr. Bush was for free trade; then he was for tariffs on steel; now he is against them again.
Mr. Bush was for states right to decide on gay marriage; now he is for changing the Constitution.
The list goes on and on. Perhaps Mr. Bush will soon flip-flop again and realize that our nation desperately needs new, principled leadership.
Update: Mr. Bush was against Ms. Rice's publicly testifying under oath before the 9-11 commission; now he has approved it.
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