<b><p></b> <b>Rich Liberal elitests "Moderate Democrat ":</b> "Bernie quit demonizing rich people especially rich moderate Democrats."<p/><b>Bernie Sanders :</b> "Do you believe that we should give very large tax breaks subsidies, to billionaires, then cut back on education and health care , does that make sense to you?"<p/><b>Rich Liberal elitests "Moderate Democrat ":</b> "No."<p/><b>Bernie Sanders :</b> "that's all I'm saying, I'm not demonizing."<p/></p><p/></p>
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“I fully support marriage equality. Like most Americans I know, my views have change over time”
That was Hillary Clinton’s response to this question submitted to our Tumblr by goatygoatyeah
Just to clarify: was Hillary Clinton’s anti-marriage equality stance in the 1990s/early 2000s a reflection of her own views at the time, or simply because she didn’t think most American citizens were prepared to accept it? This was brought up on NPR’s “Fresh Air” but Clinton did not give a solid answer at that time.
Hillary Clinton took questions Tuesday from CNN International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour, a studio audience and the Tumblr community as she tours the country and promotes her memoir “Hard Choices."
The town hall re-airs at 9pm ET on CNN. You can also scroll through our Tumblr for highlights.
Hillary Clinton on Christiane Amanpour asking about 2016: “You can see why she’s an experienced journalist. I’ve been asked about that in a million different ways that I was not prepared for. “I will make a decision. But I’m really most moved by what I think we need to do in the country.”