Bill Clinton’s entire political career in a single nutshell:

Former President Bill Clinton, in a video message to be broadcast this week, says he was “honored and grateful to be among the voices urging” the overturning of the Defense of Marriage Act, the measure he signed into law in 1996 that barred federal recognition of same-sex marriages.

Clinton fans are applauding his “growth” on the issue. Bull. The Clintons are corks on the high seas — they will go wherever the waves take them. Bill Clinton is against DOMA for the same reason he was for it in 1996: Pure politics. The Clintons have no actual “convictions,” if you don’t count the byproducts of Whitewater and illegal fundraising.

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2 Responses to “Bill Clinton honored to be among those who successfully fought to overturn law he signed”

  1. Marshall_Will on June 24th, 2014 4:23 pm

    Bill WHO? Who CARES!

    What's funny, even at a time when progs/Dims should be foaming at the mouth blathering on as the mid's heat up, they're absolutely SILENT. Silent on nearly every issue/talking point.

    I don't believe the avg. rank & file teacher/social worker/Unemployment check passer outer is anything less than *stunned* by the way their party very obviously and very under handedly bludgeoned the dreaded Tea Party nearly out of existence!

    They're beginning to see that virtually anyone/group that falls out of favor can find themselves under the BUS. Only hardline rad's can get behind this.

  2. juegos friv on July 3rd, 2014 12:18 pm

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