But on the other hand, if he does that, he's a flip-flopper.
Secondly, he will rightly be labeled as a flip-flopper on this issue for his “evolution” on it in just two years.
Why, then, has the flip-flopper label attached itself so much more firmly to Romney than to the equally flexible Gingrich?
In politics, the flip-flopper label is deemed deadly, the fingering of a candidate with no fixed principles.
He was being defined as a flip-flopping Mormon—or a Mormon flip-flopper.
a person who continually changes a point of view or decision, esp. a politician