Mar 25, 2008 11:07 PM GMT
The poor student reporter sorta threw herself under the bus, and he ran over her, too! His demanding her to answer HIS question seemed a little rough. Comments?
Edit: Added comment.
groundcombat saidHe's definately got more of a "Fuck It" political demeanor about himself now. Bad for Hillary, but makes for some entertaining interview.
DJBens77 saidSo basically the translation is...
In other words, we are throwing you a bone, chew on it and pretend to be happy, while we move on with the rest of our lives. Gay rights is not a priority.
I mean that is reality. Right?
Trance23 saidWait a second.... How is it a tautology if I'm comparing two different views on the same issue.
Trance23 saidHe's right on target.
Hilary isn't going to push heavily to federally legalize gay marriage because it would cost her the election.
Marriage isn't within the realm of the federal government to decide on and force states to accept. It's the stance the nation was founded on and Clinton rightly defended.
irishkcguy saidPattison: I thought Hillary's trip to Kosovo would have garnered status as one of the boys. She made that trip sound like an episode of 24.
If you guys think the Clintons are looking bad now, wait until Denver. They are going to go into Denver behind Obama in the popular vote, the number of states won and the number of delegates pledged. And they are going to try to steal the nomination. It's going to get really, really ugly.
ep83 saidActually the Full Faith and Credit Clause does not only apply to legal decisions. While judgments based on good jurisdiction must be honored by other states, laws must be as well. This is true in both the criminal (see extradition proceedings) and civil spheres. If states did not have to honor the laws of other jurisdictions much of our legal system would collapse, particularly in the area of contracts. (On a side note, it would make my life easier because I wouldn't have to learn about choice of law provisions, but that's neither here nor there).