Obama Campaign Balks At McCain Flip-Flops

Barack Obama‘s campaign’s going for John McCain’s jugular.

Communications strategist Robert Gibbs sent out a press release yesterday highlighting the Republican presidential hopeful’s recent flip-flops, including that gay adoption “clarification.”

The self-professed candidate of “straight talk” and “experience” spent today changing his position on gay adoption, adopting Senator Obama’s position that we need more troops in Afghanistan after having resisted taking that position, flip flopping on whether he’d send U.S. or NATO troops (he actually offered three different explanations on where those additional troops would come from), and referring to a country that hasn’t existed since 1992 for the second time in two days.

That would be Czechoslovakia, which split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia following the collapse of the Soviet Union.