• ‘Meet the Press’ Forces Hillary Clinton To Watch Brutal Montage Of Her FLIP FLOPS

    Meet The Press Chuck Todd made Hillary Clinton on Sunday respond to an assembled montage of all the times she had changed her political positions on key issues.

    The video included footage of Clinton flipping on the Iraq War, which she initially supported. She voted for the resolution when she was a New York senator and later accused President Bush of being a liar for going to war in Iraq and called the war a mistake.

    Gay marriage and the Keystone Pipeline.

    Another clip shows Clinton saying she believes marriage is between one man and one woman in contrast to her current position, as she now presents herself as a champion of gay rights.

    Clinton supported the Keystone pipeline whose process of approval began when she was secretary of state and then announced this week that she opposed it after months of hedging on the issue.

    “How do you respond to some critics who say, ‘You know, your positions have changed out of political expediency, that whatever the majority is at that time, that’s the position you have?’” Todd asked.

    Clinton gave a rambling response, claiming her flip flops are not a reflection of her assessment of issues and how “people who are thoughtful actually conduct their lives.”

    “If we don’t learn, if we don’t make decisions based on the best information we have available, that’s regrettable, and what I’ve always tried to do is to say, ‘Ok, what is the best decision that I can think about making?” Clinton said.

    Clinton made excuses for why she has made a complete 180 on each issue. She blaming the Bush administration for poor management of the Iraq War, saying she “did evolve” like President Obama on gay marriage, and saying she now had a stronger understanding of the “dirtiness” of the oil involved with Keystone.

    Alicia Powe

    Staff Writer

    Alicia Powe is a staff writer for Daily Surge. She worked in the War Room of the Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee and served as a White House Intern during the George W. Bush administration. Alicia has written for numerous outlets, including Human Events, Media Research Center and Townhall.com.

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