Thursday, May 22, 2014
Right questions on guns and more could complicate presumptive Hillary power bid
“Hillary Clinton’s views on gun control change as frequently as her hairstyles,” Emily Miller writes in a Monday Fox News report. She’s referring to public statements by Clinton that, while seemingly bipolar, are more reflective of political opportunism and pandering. But while the widely-presumed potential Democrat presidential candidate talks duck hunting to one crowd of useful idiots, and gun registration to another, her underlying affinity for gun-grabbing remains unquestioned for those who keep an eye on such things. That's because it reflects a history of deception on disarmament that goes back to the early years in Arkansas.