Alec Brownstein, the guy who landed a Clio and a job at Y&R by buying up the names of famous creative directors as Google keywords, is back with his next project: Mitt-Flops. They're pairs of actual flip-flops you buy on Cafe Press, featuring Mitt Romney's face and opposing political positions on each foot—indicating the candidate's flip-flopping over the years. Abortion, climate change and healthcare are just a few of the topics featured. Here's the description for Mitt Romney Abortion Flip-Flops: "On Mitt's LEFT foot, he's Pro-Choice and Roe v. Wade should be left alone. On Mitt's RIGHT foot he's Pro-Life and Roe v. Wade should be overturned. It all depends when you ask the question." Each pair of "politically expedient footwear" will set you back $19.95. Brownstein worked on the project with designer Steven Acres. Via @vanhoven.