flip-flop

He now promises immediate action on deportation, with no mention of a path to legal status.
We’ve lost track of how many times his positions have changed.
Republicans don't seem to care about his big money flip-flop, but it's a problem for independents -- and donors.
FOR TALL WOMEN Specialty swimsuit shopping can indeed be a breeze. Lexie from the TLC show My Giant Life rocked her first
It's not funny that so many of his followers say that Trump is just being Trump. The Economist recently ranked a Trump Presidency
The "flip-flop" or the "change of position" is one of the most centered piece topics in political races and everyday politics. If one was to reflect on the "change of position" and its dimensions, it will become apparent that motivation is the most important component of it.
5. Have a backup plan But professional house flippers have insights that can be helpful to just about anyone who's looking
Apparently, caring about kids' health is another position that just won't fly in an election year.
These types of problems can be found on your feet as rough, dry, cracked heels, callus/corn formation on the toes or balls of your feet and arch cramps or fatigue from all the long walks or vacation shopping that accompany summer activities.
There's nothing inherently terrible about flip-flopping. Historically, it's a pretty important part of the legislative process
Many pols flip-flop. But each year, one politician rises above the din to become a new icon of embarrassing flip-floppery. This year, America's flip-flopper-in-chief is Colorado Senate hopeful Cory Gardner -- Republican candidate in what FiveThirtyEight lists as the closest Senate race in America.
A politician attempting to iron out his position as he seeks higher office isn't new or remarkable. Former Secretary of State
Like many other corporations looking to make hay out of the environmental movement, Xcel has been greenwashing with gusto. The new image comes replete with chirpy narration, crisp graphics and opaque accolades.