She should, except when that conflicts with principles that are more important.
I mean, why is this so complicated? Our own law is hierarchical. State law has to be followed, except when it conflicts with the Constitution. Then it's thrown out.
That doesn't mean that laws are hypocritical. They are valid, except when they are superceded by something more important.
I don't think Taylor would object if you generally keep politics and shopping separate, but make an exception for abortion.
You seem to want to define hypocrisy as "allowing exceptions to your general principles". But that's not hypocrisy, in fact it's often necessary in moral reasoning.