Mitt Romney's campaign is flopping around like a dying fish on a boat deck trying to find a viable campaign position.
On Sunday on CBS's 60-Minutes, Romney took the position that the emergency room is the only basic care health that poor people require.
Just three days later, on NBC, Romney took the exact opposite position, proudly claiming RomneyCare in Massachusetts insured everybody and that, compassionately, the poor need not rely on emergency room care.
All this flip-flopping around makes for an unusual campaign strategy. His opponents can't pin him down to a single policy long enough to formulate a response. Besides, how can President Obama prepare for the debates if he doesn't know which Romney will show up on any particular day?