Hillary Clinton: I Did Not Embrace Gay Marriage for Political Reasons
Sounding irked by an NPR host's question to clarify her stance on gay marriage, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton argued that did she did not change her position and embrace same-sex marriage last year for political reasons.
Speaking with NPR's Terry Gross on Thursday, Clinton accused the host of being "very persistent" and playing with her words when asked about her support for same-sex marriage.
"No, I don't think you are trying to clarify," Clinton said. "I think you are trying to say that I used to be opposed and now I am in favor and I did it for political reasons. And that's just flat wrong. So let me just state what I feel like you are implying and repudiate it."...
Jim Lincoln wrote: Don't mind John Y., he belongs to a fruitcake church--the Romish one.
Why do you make the false statement that the RCC is a fruitcake church? No it is not because the official policy of the RCC is that fruitcakeness is an abomination and Catholic priests are not officially ordained as fruitcakes like they are in the Anglican/Episcopal Church.
Clinton can deny it all she wants to but she embraced fruitcake marriage for political reasons. That is why Obama embraced fruitcake marriage. That is why any Democrat politician embraces fruitcake marriage.