Mitt Romney is renowned for his penchant to change his position on an issue, any issue, when he thinks it may be politically expedient.
He may be the consummate flip-flopper in American politics today.
Now Ken Bennett, Arizona's Secretary of State and Romney's campaign co-chair in AZ, is flip-flopping on a fundamental issue for his own political expediency.
From the Arizona Republic, written by Yvonne Wingett Sanchez -
Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, who oversees state elections, reversed his stance on endorsing candidates this election cycle, saying detractors would still criticize him based on endorsements he made years ago.
During a televised debate with his Democratic opponent in 2010, Bennett, a Republican, told the audience it was improper for elections officials to weigh in on partisan issues.
Bennett is now co-chairman for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's Arizona campaign.
"I do not feel it's appropriate that I take a position on either the propositions that the voters will be voting on, or endorsing candidates in elections," Bennett said.
Bennett has gone far beyond merely flip-flopping on the issue by endorsing Romney; he has crossed a serious ethical line by using his office to attempt to remove President Obama from the Arizona ballot to ensure that his candidate, Romney, has a clear path to Arizona's 10 electoral votes.
He truly deserves to be removed from office for abusing it so, but that is beyond my power as an individual. That will be up to the voters in 2014 (maybe sooner if his arrogance in office inspires a recall drive).
Still, I can only award him the first Crappie Award of 2012 for the flip-flop.
For his shamelessly acrobatic flip-flop, Ken Bennett wins the most (not) cherished award of the election season - The Crappie...
Hey, at least Bennett and the rest of the birthers shouldn't have reason to whine about this particular type of crappie - this particular breed of crappie is called the "white crappie."