Friday, October 27, 2006


Hillary has succumbed to the allure of vote getting when it comes to non-marriage marriage:

She also suggested that language she used when she first ran for the Senate in 2000 explaining her opposition to marriage equality based on the institution's moral, religious, and traditional foundations had not reflected the "many long conversations" she's had since with "friends" and others, and that her advocacy on LGBT issues "has certainly evolved."
Those "friends" we undoubtedly campaign advisors. How come nobody calls her on this?

News flash - 59 year old people typically don't change their minds on issues like this. Certainly not over the course of five years. Give me a break.