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Keith Olbermann details part of McCain's long string of flip flops:
Olbermann shows no McCain "flip-flops" at all. To flip-flop means to take position A, then B, then A again (then, maybe, B again). For a vast reference of true flip-flops, look up John Kerry in 2004.
I think we're all aware of Kerry's "for it before he was against it" flip flop. But that doesn't meet your definition, which is to take a position, switch it, and then switch it again. I think that would be called a flip-flop-flip. Do you have any examples of these?