“I, for one, respect those who believe with all their heart and conscience that there are no circumstances under which abortion should be available.”
“There is no contradiction between support for faith-based initiatives and upholding our constitutional principles.”
“I am, you know, adamantly against illegal immigrants.”
“I’ve always been a praying person.”
Who is this right-wing idealogue? Hillary Clinton, speaking in Albany yesterday at a Roe v. Wade remembrance.
Guess she’s running for president; given three years to do it, maybe she can nuance her conservative-value act a little better than ABB did. Lefties, of course, won’t be surprised or upset; outright lies to the rubes are fine as long as they get the correct candidate in, because, of course, the chosen people *know* what the annonted candidate is *really* about.
Here’s what’s funny; people that ascribe far-fetched conspiracy theories to their political opponents and declaim detractors for naivety but ignore the possibility of their own unwitting collusion in similar projects sponsored by those in whom thay have placed trust. These are secular religionists and every bit as intolerant and blind as faith-based fanatics.