Mohammad Sepahvand

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comment Idiom for opportunistically exploiting a situation to one's advantage
@StoneyB, added the example.
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revised Idiom for opportunistically exploiting a situation to one's advantage
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comment Idiom for opportunistically exploiting a situation to one's advantage
Pushing their own agenda is the main hing. For example say something happens, and the previously dogmatic opinion of somebody about the something, could then be somewhat justified after an accident, and that person would gloat and say 'I told you so', much like politicians would do from a given incident and use the turn of events to justify their own agenda. What idiom could you then use to reply to that person? Like 'You're really [idiom about opportunistically exploiting] now'...
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revised Idiom for opportunistically exploiting a situation to one's advantage
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accepted Word for people who change their opinions easily?
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asked Word for people who change their opinions easily?