Thursday, April 01, 2004
The Associated Press recently compiled a list of recent Bush flip-flops: •The president initially argued that a federal Department of Homeland Security wasn't needed, but then devised a plan to create one. •He resisted a commission to investigate Iraq intelligence failures, but then relented. •He opposed, and then supported, a two-month extension of the 9/11 commission's work, after the panel said protracted disputes over access to White House documents left too little time. •He initially said any access to the president by the commission would be limited to just one hour but relaxed the limit earlier this month.
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