Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has again said she is not planning another presidential bid. “I’ve said I really don’t believe that that’s something I will do again,” Clinton said in the interview, which airs Wednesday night as part of Barbara Walters “10 Most Fascinating People” special. (In the above clip, Walters asks the other question apparently on every voter’s mind — what does Clinton do with her hair?). “I am so grateful I had the experience of doing it before.” It’s not the first time Clinton has beaten back rumors about about her future plans. “I think I will serve as secretary of state
Comments: Oh puhleeze. The Democrats have practically coronated her how can she not run. s/o She is so insulting to our intelligence.
Is there some lesbian vibe going on between Barbara Walters and PIAPS? How could Bab´s possibly talk about a future presidential bid and not mention Benghazi, Syria, Gaza City and a whole slew of Herself´s recent outings for 0bama.
This puff piece shows the way that all those dRATS voters can be dumbed down to accept the slop cast their way today.
Give her at least a little credit, she knows in 4 years things are going to be so screwed up she wouldn´t have the least desire to try to correct it (even if she would want to). She will have her cushy living secured, or so she thinks, the US may slide away faster than she realizes. We will know very soon.
Oh darn. I was hoping 2016 could be run like a Miss America pageant. Hillary and Sarah could go neck in neck in the bikini competition, followed by formal (but revealing!) evening gowns, a heartfelt question about world peace, and maybe the Libertarians could even run Kate Upton as their candidate, to jiggle things up a bit. After all, it all would be far more dignified than the reelection of Barack Obama.
Translation: Heck yeah I´ll run just as soon as I shampoo my hair,lose some weight, and get everyone to forget they ever heard of Benghazi.
Oh yeah, I forgot I will also need to get some cosmetic ssurgery on my face and get the Democratic Party to pay off my measly campaign debt from 2008 because I am too cheap to pay it off myself, even though I am a millioaire.
Right now,ole Hill´s a sentimental favorite among the institutional left but her era has passed her by.The conventional wisdom is Obama raised a billion but it was a lot more than that with street organizations being paid through other venues,not to mention the kickbacks from the stimulus,Hillary wouldn´t have. My guess is she´ll lay low and see who else jumps first. She won´t run if MO gets in because she´ll hog the black vote while the crackas in the race will split the white vote.
Her negatives are so high she doesn´t want to become a criticism target any sooner than she has to be. She saw what a couple hundred million dollars of negative ads this past summer did to Romney... ´´Killed him´´, as per plan. And with Hillary, the negative ads would actually have real stuff to work with.
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lil dotty, 12/13/2012 9:25:47 AM (No. 9063183)
One question, in reality, is she a light sleeper? Just asking. MFM has pushed their mantra of Two Won being a ´light worker´ (and Lord knows as do we ALL, that ´light worker´ is certainly an understatement) Why not elect a light sleeper. They would be there to answer the 3 am urgent call.
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