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08/09/2010

Flashback: When Maggie's politics were more varied than married, her victimization costume was less (R)efined

by Jeremy Hooper

These days, Maggie Gallagher loves to dish out a whole heap of inequality on LGBT people, then turn around and claim that she is the victim. But as she herself said of Hillary Clinton in 1996: A person in the public spotlight dealing with public policy has to be ready to deal with the repercussions:


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**EARLIER: In 1996, Maggie also felt that gay marriages were a waste of attention

**Bonus clip: In this 1998 appearance, Maggie talks about her failed attempt to be Linda Tripp's ghostwriter, among other points of the day:

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