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Hillary AGHAST At The Suggestion She Would Change Her Mind On Gay Marriage For Political Reasons. Ten Months Later, Guess What Happened?

Here at HillaryDaily, we’ll try to keep up with the broken promises, flip-flops and

The latest is Hillary’s leap onto the gay marriage bandwagon.

As recently as ten months ago, she got pretty testy with NPR’s Terry Gross when Gross tried to feel Clinton out on her position. Clinton said the issue should be left to the states and was offended that Gross would insinuate she would ever change her views for political reasons. Whoops. (Here’s a link to that section of NPR’s interview. Slide it over to the 8:29 mark for the relevant portion.)

CNN reports:

Clinton pushed back on the question, telling Gross, “No, I don’t think you are trying to clarify. I think you are trying to say that I used to be opposed and now I am in favor and I did it for political reason and that is just flat wrong.”

Clinton’s argued that for the four years she served as secretary of state, she was “out of domestic politics” and not in a position to back same-sex marriage. She moved on the issue later than many Democrats, though, including President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.

“And then leaving that position,” Clinton said of her time at State, “I was able to very quickly announce that I was fully in support of gay marriage and that it is now continuing to proceed state-by-state.”

But in a statement released today, a Clinton spokeswoman said: “Hillary Clinton supports marriage equality and hopes the Supreme Court will come down on the side of same-sex couples being guaranteed that constitutional right.”

This is a pretty big shift for Hillary. But of course, it’s not a purely political maneuver. Not at all.