Obama Says To Look At "Videotape" For His Flip-Flops

The President hit Mitt Romney for flip-flopping today on the campaign trail in Iowa saying you can look at videotape of his past positions and not see flip-flops. The President, however, has engaged in his own of political gymnastics as well.

1. Obama today: I’m the same guy I was 10-12 years ago.

2. Obama in 1996: Answers a questionnaire and says he supports banning assault weapons, handguns.

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3. Obama in 2004: My religious faith dictates marriage is between a man and a woman, gay marriage is not a civil right.

4. Obama in 2004: We need to decriminalize our marijuana laws. In 2007 debate he said he opposed decriminalizing marijuana.

5. Obama in 2004: We need to end the Cuba embargo.

6. Obama in 2004: Says he does not opposes cracking down on businesses that hire illegal immigrants

7. Obama in 2007: The Bush Administration “hides behind executive privilege.” He later asserted it on Fast and Furious.

8. Obama in 2008: I oppose an individual mandate.

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Andrew Kaczynski is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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