As Florida Governor Charlie Crist continues his center to left path to garner support from Democrats who seem to be focused solely on beating Marco Rubio than in getting a candidate who represents their interests, he has set in motion a dizzying array of policy shifts.
The latest is on Florida's ban on gay adoption, where the state stands alone in the entire U.S. in codifying in law an explicit ban on same sex couples adopting.
In 2006, Crist told the St. Petersburg Times that "My position is the traditional family is the best to adopt."
But in the current issue of TIME, Crist says"It's also important that you have a live-and-let-live attitude as regards adoption."
And Thursday in Sarasota the Governor said, "A better way and approach would be to let judges make that decision on a case-by-case basis."
Crist was not asked if the state should drop its appeal. The interested parties in the case believe a ruling from the 3rd District Court of Appeals could come down any Wednesday (that's when they make their announcements).