From a Washington Post article 4 years ago:
Conservatives concerned about inconsistencies in Republican Mitt Romney's record on gay marriage and abortion said Tuesday the Massachusetts governor has some explaining to do.
For now, at least, the potential presidential candidate isn't talking.
The governor's office issued a brief statement last weekend amid reports of a 1994 letter in which Romney, then a Senate candidate, pledged to be a more effective champion for gay causes than his opponent, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass.
The statement said the governor has been a "champion of traditional marriage."
At a gathering of San Diego County Republicans on Monday night, Romney brushed aside a question from The Associated Press. "Thanks, I have other people to talk to right now," he said.
He didn't deny it either in his debate with Kennedy, at least not in the clip shown in this video. Starts at 1:30.
So we've got flip flops on:
1) Health Insurance Individual Mandate & Subsidies for the poor
3) Gay Marriage
5) Being a "Reagan Republican"
What other flip flops will turn up? Gun regulation? Creationism? Illegal Immigration?