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Tuesday, January 25, 2005

She is trying to fool us.

The New York Times has a story today about Senator Clinton giving a speech moderating her abhorant position on abortion. In a calculated attempt to distance herself from the extremists in order to appeal to normal people, she said "that friends and foes on the issue should come together on "common ground" to reduce the number of "unwanted pregnancies" and ultimately abortions, which she called a "sad, even tragic choice to many, many women." Well duh, most of us can agree that not getting pregnant in the first place would solve the problem. I wonder why no one else has thought of that? I'm not sure where you find common ground on killing little babies. You're either for it or against it. This follows a speech she gave last week professing a strong support for faith based initiatives.

Obviously, she saw the election results in November and realized that outside the northeast and western states the positions of her party are turning off the majority of voters. She can not hope to be elected by just winning the same states that John Kerry won. Unfortunately for her, she is a U.S. Senator which means she has actually had to vote on some of these issues. Words mean nothing without corresponding actions. As with previous presidential candidates with senate records she can expect her past votes to be used in her opponent's campaign ads.

I'm not fooled and hopefully you're not either.


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