To be sure, Clinton's views on policy issues have changed. In 2013, she came out in support of gay marriages; in 2004, Sen. Clinton opposed them. So did Republicans Rob Portman, Dick Cheney, former presidential candidate John Huntsman, and DOMA supporter Bob Barr. Trump declared himself both for and against gay rights on successive days (Aug. 14 and 15). And Clinton's reversals on funding college education and the Trans Pacific Partnership seem more politically motivated by the Sanders campaign than by deep reflection on the policy impact. That said, Clinton's record over the long time she has been in public life has been pretty consistent. Her support for health care, children's welfare, families, national defense, education, Social Security, voting rights, veterans' benefits, the environment, campaign finance reform, comprehensive immigration reform and criminal justice reform has been clear and unambiguous. Donald Trump's positions on these issues changes with the phases of the moon. The only things we can count on Trump for are instability, inaccuracy and his huge ego.