The Concord Monitor charts the flips and flops of former Conscience Caucus member Rep. Jeb Bradley (R) of New Hampshire.
Along those lines we've been wondering if there might be a need for a whole new grouping in the Social Security debate to handle those members of the House Republican caucus who are neither for the president's proposal or show clear signs of opposing it but rather have a strategy of spinning around like a whirling dervish with endless 'privatization' playbook linguistic flimflam in the hope that by the time they finally collapse into a sweaty exhaustion everyone will have gotten tired of trying to figure out what they're saying and simply have left.
It would help us find a place for the likes of Rep. Bradley and a few others we're watching.
We figure either 'switch-hitters' or 'invertebrates'. But we're still considering other options.