Well, with all the shaking out here in Los Angeles (I've been in every on of them since the Bakersfield earthquake in 1949, and this was nothing), I know this is not earth-shattering but McFlip-flop is at it again; Yawn...same 'ol, same 'ol!
John McCain has reversed himself once again, expressing his willingness to increase Social Security taxes, despite his previous statements to the contrary:
At a July 7 town-hall meeting in Denver, he said voters faced a stark choice between him and Democrat Barack Obama.
"Sen. Obama will raise your taxes," McCain said. "I won't."
In a March 16 interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity, McCain said he would cut taxes where possible, and not raise them.
"Do you mean none?" Hannity asked.
"None," McCain replied.
This comes on top of McCain’s reversal of his no timetable stance. Once critical of Obama for his politically expedient timetable, McCain has now distanced himself from that statement by stating that the timetable for withdrawal, proposed by Obama, is a "pretty good timetable". Of course, as usual, McFlip-flop made it sound like the timetable or "time horizon" was his idea all along.