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Hillary is constantly evolving.
Via The Hill
Hillary Clinton applauded Ireland on Saturday for becoming the first country to legalize same-sex marriage via popular vote.
“Well done, Ireland,” the Democratic presidential front-runner wrote on Twitter.
The tweet was signed “-H,” indicating it came directly from Clinton and not from her campaign staff.
Clinton has highlighted same-sex marriage as a key issue early in her 2016 presidential campaign.
Last month, the same Twitter account urged the Supreme Court to rule that U.S. gay couples have the right to marry nationwide in a landmark case challenging state-based bans.
Ahead of oral arguments in the case, the Clinton campaign changed its logo from red, white, and blue to rainbow colors to show her support for gay and lesbian couples.
In Ireland, more than 62 percent of voters backed a measure making same-sex marriage legal, a historic shift for the predominantly Catholic nation.
Clinton’s views on same-sex marriage have changed over time as public support has grown.
SOURCE: Weasel Zippers
These two have to be the most money hungry grifters ever.
Sunday on CNN’s “Inside Politics,’ host John King pointed to a “Washington Post” story detailing that within 24 hours of her telling ABC news last year that she was, “dead broke” after leaving the White House the Clinton gave speeches making $700,000 in fees.
King said, “The Washington Post story this past week saying within 24 hours of saying we were dead broke to justify making some money, the Clintons combined made $700,000 in speeches. That is going to be tee-ball for the Republicans.”
Maggie Haberman of the New York Times said, “What you just said, I suspect will have more residence than the emails.”
Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, April 29, 2015
Discovers why blacks riot.
An article from yesterday’s New York Times about the relative calm in Baltimore stumbled by accident onto something like the real reason why blacks were rioting. Near the famous burned-out CVS–the city had begged the company to “invest” in a dodgy neighborhood–the Times reporter found someone it identified as “Robert Wilson, a college student who went to high school in Baltimore.” The article concludes with Mr. Wilson’s explanation of why blacks rioted. He said nothing about Freddie Gray or police brutality.
Instead, he said this:
We’re just angry at the surroundings–like this is all that is given to us?–and we’re tired of this, like nobody wants to wake up and see broken-down buildings. They take away the community centers, they take away our fathers, and now we have traffic lights that don’t work, we have houses that are crumbling, falling down.
This quote almost perfectly captures the black mentality that leads to rioting. Blacks live in neighborhoods that they, themselves, have wrecked, and then ask, “This is all that is given to us?”
Hard-working white people built the “broken-down” buildings Mr. Wilson is complaining about. Many had parquet floors, high ceilings, and fine moldings found today only in the most expensive new construction.