Hillary and Her Amazing Technicolor Positions

I think we've got another Flipper!

"Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday called President Bush's explanations for eavesdropping on domestic telephone calls "strange" and "far-fetched," launching a blistering attack on the White House ahead of the president's State of the Union address.

"Obviously, I support tracking down terrorists. I think that's our obligation. But I think it can be done in a lawful way," the New York Democrat said....

""Their argument that it's rooted in the Constitution inherently is kind of strange because we have FISA and FISA operated very effectively and it wasn't that hard to get their permission," she said. The super-secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court was established by Congress to approve eavesdropping warrants, even retroactively, but Bush has argued that the process often takes too long."


You have such a short and selective memory, as Bill used the NSA to 'form policy'

You're husband rewrote the constitution to limit the rights of States.

Keep yapping. We'll keep collecting the positions to compare at the time grows closer to 2008.

UPDATE: Boy, didn't take long for her to flip again. Hillary on the Hamas election victory.

""Until and unless Hamas renounces violence and terror, and renounces its position calling for the destruction of Israel, I don't believe the United States should recognize them, nor any nation in the world," said the former first lady, a potential candidate for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination.

"This is an opportunity for Hamas," she added. "If the election results hold and they are now responsible for governing the Palestinians, they have an opportunity _ if they renounce violence, if they recognize the existence of Israel _ to help provide a better life to the Palestinian people. I would hope that's the decision they would make, but it's up to them."

Boy...that's a change!