General inconsistency

From USA Today: Clark also has provoked two rounds of controversy on abortion. Earlier this month, he told The Union Leader of Manchester there should be no late-term limits on abortion. But on Thursday, he said he agrees with Supreme Court decisions to legalize abortion in the first six months of pregnancy and let states set some restrictions.

Gee, where have we heard this before? Saying two different things on two different occasions? Unlike Newsweek, USA Today doesn’t blame this on Clark’s tone and manner, but on his inexperience as a candidate. Sure, whatever. The truth is that this again reveals what Clark’s former boss, General Shelton, pointed out. Namely, Clark’s character issues.