Well, that's Romney. With almost any issue he seems able to rotate his head around until he's seen it from all 360 degrees – and made solemn pronouncements about it, often diametrically opposed. In this, ironically enough, he is kind of the anti-Ron Paul.
Ron Paul, of course, is the libertarian-conservative presidential candidate and Republican Congressman from Texas who is famous for never compromising.
As a firm believer in the free market and competitive money, Ron Paul has been a critic of central banking for most if not all of his adult life. For decades as an increasingly successful politician, he was one of a very few who consistently espoused abolishing the US Federal Reserve.