The evolution of Hillary Clinton

The Lizard Queen transforms before our eyes:

In an appearance early Wednesday evening in front of roughly three-dozen LGBT leaders, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton indicated that she would not oppose efforts by Eliot Spitzer, the odds-on favorite to become the new governor, to enact a same-sex marriage law in New York.

She also suggested that language she used when she first ran for the Senate in 2000 explaining her opposition to marriage equality based on the institution’s moral, religious, and traditional foundations had not reflected the “many long conversations” she’s had since with “friends” and others, and that her advocacy on LGBT issues “has certainly evolved.”

Later that evening, Ms Rodham-Clinton refused to comment upon a patch of green scales that has recently appeared on the left side of her neck. When a reporter from the Fabulous Lavender Times asked her about her unusual skin condition, the junior senator from New York merely stared at him with strangely dead eyes and blinked several times before departing in the company of Ruthie Manhands, the president of the Oregon chapter of Lesbian Lumberjacks for Choice.