That was on display on the last Democratic debate where she cannot answer questions honestly, but she sticks her finger to the wind to determine what position she's taking. It's not something old, or a change of opinion that she's taken and has been consistent. She's typically inconsistent and triangulating positions for her advantage. If you want to discuss the GOP frontrunners, fine. Giuliani in particular has been honest about his social liberalism, and I give him great credit for that. Romney has not. He's changed his mind to appeal to the GOP base, but he's not waffling like Sen. Clinton is. I don't think what Romney is doing is reflective of principle (it's more political), but Clinton will lash out when cornered... and then whine and boo hoo about being in an all boys club. The country isn't adverse to voting in a woman as president, but Hillary tries to have it both ways (trying to play up to the level, and then hiding behind her skirt). [link=http://www.opinionjournal.com/columnists/pnoonan/]Mrs. Clinton is no 'Iron Lady'[/link] Believe me, V03, I have serious dislike for the Bush Administration, especially in relation to his piss poor leadership concering this local situation... and the fact that he actually vetoed legislation that would improve the levee structures in surrounding parishes... saying it would 'cost too much'. This is more than asinine, as he's spent trillions in foreign occupations. The expenditure would have been a minor fraction of what the treasury has spent overseas. However, this is not a referendum on the Bush Administration in 2008. He's gone after that. The Dems had better look forward instead of looking back, or they may lose yet again.