Flip-flopping politicians are nothing new. I would think that it's pretty much impossible to keep track of all the times a president, a senator or a congressman said one thing during his campaign and then pursued the opposite policy after being elected. Thus, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), by helping to put forth the "gang of eight" immigration bill, is continuing a tradition that probably started in way back in 1776. CNS News shows how candidate Rubio, then backed by the Tea Party movement, used to call the "earned path to citizenship" that he now advocates a "code for amnesty". Read the full story.