Mrs. Clinton’s statement affirming her support of Mr. Spitzer in his office came less than a day after she offered a muddled and hesitant position on the bill, prompting a round of denunciations by her opponents. It signaled the extent to which her advisers viewed that moment as the biggest misstep she made in the debate, and one with long-term potential to undermine her candidacy.
“Senator Clinton supports governors like Governor Spitzer who believe they need such a measure to deal with the crisis caused by this administration’s failure to pass comprehensive immigration reform,’” her campaign said.
Two-thirds of New Yorkers alone are against this horrible plan, but Hillary is supporting it? The idea that any politician, much less one running for President, would support a plan that assures illegal immigrants of getting drivers licenses without a social security card, is downright scary. And that Hillary would get behind Eliot Spitzer, a Rosie O'Donnell liberal, who has been involved in scandal after scandal since getting elected just last year, while using his governership as a virtual bully pulpit to promote the agenda of far-left wing special interest groups, is even scarier. If the GOP wants to put a big dent in the Hillary bandwagon, they really need to take advantage of this mess.