Bush Flip Flops

Bush is against campaign finance reform; then he's for it.

Bush is against a Homeland Security Department; then he's for it.

Bush is against a 9/11 commission; then he's for it.

Bush is against an Iraq WMD investigation; then he's for it.

Bush is against nation building; then he's for it.

Bush is against deficits; then he's for them.

Bush is for free trade; then he's for tariffs on steel; then he's
against them again.

Bush is against the U.S. taking a role in the Israeli Palestinian
conflict; then he pushes for a "road map" and a Palestinian State.

Bush is for states right to decide on gay marriage, then he is for
changing the constitution.

Bush first says he'll provide money for first responders (fire,
police, emergency), then he doesn't.

Bush first says that 'help is on the way' to the military ... then
he cuts benefits.

Bush claims to be in favor of the environment and then secretly
starts drilling on Padre Island.

Bush talks about helping education and increases mandates while
cutting funding.

Bush first says the U.S. won't negotiate with North Korea. Now he

Bush goes to Bob Jones University. Then say's he shouldn't have.

Bush said he would demand a U.N. Security Council vote on whether
to sanction military action against Iraq. Later Bush announced he
would not call for a vote.

Bush said the "mission accomplished" banner was put up by the
sailors. Bush later admits it was his advance team.

Bush was for fingerprinting and photographing Mexicans who enter
the US. Bush after meeting with Pres. Fox, he's against it.

Bush was opposed to Condoleeza Rice testifying in front of the
9/11 commission citing "separation of powers". Then he was for it.

Bush was against Ba'ath party members holding office or
government jobs in Iraq - now he's for it.

Bush says we must not appease terrorists - then lifts trade
sanctions on admitted terrorist Mohammar Quaddafi and Pakistan (who
pardoned it's official who sold nuclear secrets to Iran, Libya and
North Korea)

Bush says that he has made mistakes - he just can't think of any.

Bush said he'd be needing more money for the war effort - but
not until after the November election. In May he decided he needs it
now after all.

Bush said that "Leaving Iraq prematurely would only embolden the
terrorists and increase the danger to America". His administration
now says that U.S. troops will pull out if the new provisional
authority asks. Then he said they'll stay "as long as needed" again.
Now he's saying that the Iraqis can ask troops to leave and they
will. Or is he? What day is it?

The Bush administration said that the Geneva Conventions don't
apply to "enemy combatants". Now it claims they do.

"The most important thing is for us to find Osama Bin Laden. It
is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him."
- George W. Bush, Sept. 13, 2001

"I don't know where he is. I have no idea and I really don't care.
It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- George W. Bush, March 13, 2002