Certainly, we have Donald H. Rumsfeld to thank for reminding the public of the Bush administration’s predilection for the ubiquitous “flip-flop”:

“Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld appeared Monday to back off earlier statements suggesting Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein had links to al Qaeda.

He also conceded that U.S. intelligence was “wrong” in its conclusions that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.”

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