Well, that didn't take long. One day after being ridiculed for showing up at a phone bank in Ohio that was making calls on behalf of upholding Ohio's Senate Bill 5, the new law aimed at public employee unions, but refusing to actually endorse the law (as he did back in June), Mitt Romney has flipped back again. On a visit to Virginia today, he declared that he was "110 percent" for the Ohio ballot issue to uphold the law. "I fully support Gov. Kasich's Question 2 in Ohio," Romney said. "I'm sorry if I created any confusion there." No, no confusion at all.