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Monday, September 26, 2016

Hillary Clinton is now on Twitter.

This woman looks for trouble, I swear.

As has been widely reported with the breathless rush of an alien sighting, Clinton’s Twitter profile reads, “Wife, mom, lawyer, women & kids advocate, FLOAR, FLOTUS, US Senator, SecState, author, dog owner, hair icon, pantsuit aficionado, glass ceiling cracker, TBD…”

Funny and coy. God help her.

Pundits are parsing every word. Not everyone is thrilled with Hillary Clinton.

In other breaking news, my dog, Franklin, is wagging his tail. Again.

Slate’s John Dickerson thinks Clinton’s timing may be off. “If redefining the role of elder-stateswoman is not her intent and that ‘TBD …’ (to be determined) was a flirtation with speculation about her presidential hopes, perhaps she should step away from the keyboard,” he wrote. “It’s too early.”

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd noted that BuzzFeed listed six — count ’em, six — changes Clinton made to her Twitter profile in the first hours after she activated her account. For example, Clinton switched the order of wife and mother, hence nipping in the bud once and for all the nonexistent rumor that she was once an unwed mother. She also added the word “glass” before “ceiling” to distinguish her from Superman, who can plow through concrete.

Tweaking her Twitter? Clear evidence that Clinton is calculating and obsessed, to paraphrase Dowd.

Or she’s just like the rest of us, to quote all of my friends. “You try summing up your life in 160 characters,” said those of us who never have been Secretary of State and First Lady.

Back to the glass ceiling. The Washington Post’s Emily Heil used this same metaphor to report that a construction crew has been called in to expand the women’s restroom off the U.S. Senate floor. They’re doing this to make room for the historic number of female senators.

Think about that. One-fifth of the Senate, where Clinton once served, is now women. I have no idea how many of them tweet, but I’m sure some male blogger is all over that one. Thank goodness, too. This whole woman thing is out of control.

BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith dismissed Clinton’s Twitter debut as a dated and desperate attempt to telegraph, “I’m not old.”

He also suggested two young men as bright, shiny alternatives to Clinton: Cory Booker and Marco Rubio.

Booker is the mayor of Newark, NJ, and has yet to prove he can win a Senate primary.

Marco Rubio is a U.S. senator. He’s also an anti-choice Republican. Boy, will he woo the Hillary crowd.

  • old_blu

    Wouldn’t it be a great and exciting race between Christy and Clinton? Two intelligent good hearted people that care about Americans. (something we haven’t seen for awhile on a Republican ticket) My money would still be on Clinton.

    • elw

      The Republicans will never let Christy be their candidate. He is way too moderate for their base and he hugged a black man. They will again choose a candidate that will please the most radical end of their base.

      • old_blu

        I agree with you.

      • Dominick Vila

        I agree about Christie, but I doubt they will nominate a radical. I guess it all depends on who wins the battle that is ongoing for control of the GOP. I have the feeling the Tea Party is going to lose this one and fade away into oblivion. The problem for the GOP is that with the exception of McCain, who will be too old to run, they don’t have any conservative candidates with the credibility and stature needed to win at a national level. The next election is for Hillary to lose.

        • elw

          You might be right, but I think that their biggest problem is their complete lack of understanding of where conservative crosses over to Radical. I really believe they are incapable of changing that. I do agree that 2016 is Hillary’s or whoever else is the Democratic candidate is their’s to lose.

          • CPAinNewYork

            Hopefully, not Hillary.

          • elw

            I would happily vote for Biden or Clinton.

        • CPAinNewYork

          You can keep Hillary. I like Biden.

    • Eleanore Whitaker

      Christy won’t ever get to Numero Uno with the Prissy Pants Tea Party Twerps. I’ve lived in NJ all my life…even our Dems love Christie…Don’t be surprised if Christie switches parties before he runs for the presidency. He’s planning to attend a job Conference in NY with former President Clinton…It’s not nice to be a Republican who not only bear hugged a Democratic president but who hangs out with a former Democratic president…strike two?

      • old_blu

        I like him as well, I would like to see him change parties, but I don’t see that happening, he still has some beliefs that are completely Republican, but he will stand up to anyone if he thinks he should, and I think he has his constituents in mind on whatever he does.

        • Eleanore Whitaker

          If you study Chris Christie since his days as a US Attorney, you see he’s more an “attorney” mentality than a strict conservative. Not a good thing for a Republican who wants to be a candidate. In the same way, the GOP in 1994 considered Cheney (sounds bizarre in the light of present GOP Tea Party extremists, doesn’t it?) too extreme, Christie is just a little too flexible for GOP comfort. As an attorney, he’s used to giving orders to effect the desired result…not taking them from the Emperor Norquist. He’s not easily cowed enough to make it out front for the GOP. Their candidates since Reagan have all been malleable puppets they could control easily with the point of a finger.

      • DurdyDawg

        What is wrong with you bozos? If politics were a country it would be in it’s 4th year of civil war.. There is no good guys and bad guys in politics.. There’s only those who believe in themselves and those who believe in what they do (and quite often those who work both ends for personal profit).. As the human race is NOT some kind of race.. This hatred of those who you don’t agree with are not any worse than the ones that they don’t agree with. What a pathetic separation we’ve accomplished in this nation.. Little to no compromise. unwilling to meet half way.. in a country that once operated successfully in that manner.

        • Eleanore Whitaker

          Durdy Dawg…We bozos aren’t as “ignernt” as you think. We believe we have equal rights for equal pay and equal status with any other American. That you resort to name calling proves, yet again, the great Middle Aged Angry Male Bull Heads are demanding they get ahead of line. Sorry..not when I’ve supported myself on a salary lower than most men and have worked more jobs in 32 years. Get up off that Durdy Dawg derriere and produce something, build something and stop trying to reinvent patriotism into red state Paula Deen “heritage.”

          • DurdyDawg

            .. And you’ll kill any some bitch that don’t agree with you, I get it..
            So I’m correct, you nor anyone else is capable of agreeing on anything. I did my stint.. was a teamster and was blessed every day with the smell of freedom in a nation that actually cared for his/her neighbors, the great U.S of A..but now that you losers have allowed the big capitalist dogs to come around and take your bones away you do nothing but whine and strike out at strangers or anyone else that can bolster your pea assed ego. If you worked 32 years then it must have been in your sleep because you damn sure didn’t learn humility. Get up off YOUR lazy ass and do something other than bitch about your pathetic life.

    • CPAinNewYork

      Maybe Christy is good hearted and caring, but I don’t think that Hillary fits that description. She strikes me as being totally out for herself.

    • Germansmith

      Christy is a very heavy set fellow that had the gull to praise Obama’s response to Sandy
      He will probably not become the Republican Nominee unless their right wing gets a sudden gain in intelligence….I would not bet on it.
      I am not saying Americans are shallow, but in the last 40 years we have always elected the younger, better looking and more affable of the candidates.

      • old_blu

        I agree I don’t see the Republicans giving Christy a nod on this, although I heard he had weight loss surgery, and as shallow as they are it might make a difference. I’m curious as to why he did that, although I applaud him for it. Was it so he could run for President?

        • Germansmith

          maybe so he can just run,,,,in case NJ gets flooded again

          • DurdyDawg

            (snicker)..

      • CPAinNewYork

        Christy is not “heavy set.” He’s obese. Reminds me of a walrus.

        • Germansmith

          Who better to represent America of today

          • CPAinNewYork

            Evidently, I have more respect for America. Your low comment reminds me of the opinions of America expressed by persons from our firm’s foreign offices who were serving temporary assignments in America.

            The two most critical were the English and the Canadians, both of whose opinions I quickly learned to discount as based in jealousy, because neither had anything good to say about America. They were totally negative. I expected it from the English, but I was surprised by the Canadians.

            Ironically, unlike you, who may well be a German, I heard very few negative comments from the Germans on those temporary assignments. Strange, in that the Germans and Americans were enemies in two world wars, while we were allied with the English and Canadians in those wars.

          • Germansmith

            I may be the German
            You, on the other hand, lack any sense of humor
            Fat America deserves a fat President, that is all I meant and you should not be talking about low comments as called Christie a Walrus and equally low comments about Hillary.
            As a person that was born outside the US and that also traveled extensively representing US companies in foreign countries, I must admit, much criticism of the US and mostly well deserved.

          • CPAinNewYork

            Mostly well deserved? How about the fact that we saved the Allies’ sorry asses in two world wars? Or, is that why you’re anti-American? You’re a German.

            How about the Marshall Plan? “Bundles for Britain” and other charitable acts that America performed during and after World Wars I and II? Do they justify the jealous opprobrium to which America is subjected? I guess to a pissed off kraut like you, they do.

            “Fat America”, huh? I clearly remember those fat assed people that I continually encountered in Germany on a vacation. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!

            As to Christie: He’s obese and does resemble a walrus. I think that’s a more accurate description than “heavy set.” As to Hillary Clinton: I despise her. She a cunning thief who has minimal accomplishments, including the ability to stay married to an oversexed slob who made a mockery of the presidency.

            Finally, if you cannot defend America, then in my opinion you should go back to whatever crappy little country you came from.

          • Germansmith

            Precisely people like you is what make the rest of the world have second thoughts about America.
            You seem to be an irritated sour individual that spend their time insulting your betters to make yourself feel good about your insignificant life of a bean counter in the ass pit of corruption in the world.
            Good day to you and do not forget to kick your dog as you leave your house today…it may make it a better day to those people force to deal with you.

          • CPAinNewYork

            My betters? Typical elitist attitude. America is the “ass pit of corruption”? if it is, why have you come here? Why don’t you go back to your beloved Europe?

            You came here and you despise America and Americans. You’re nothing but a back stabbing son of a bitch who should be deported back to the country from which you came. You’d probably stab that country in the back too.

            Tell me, back stabber: Are you a United states citizen?

          • Germansmith

            You are thick!!!….I meant New York where the Bloomberg tyrant reign and really love your Weiners
            I am a US Citizen that served in the Navy. Do not expect any additional replies from me…I got better things to do that argue with idiots

          • CPAinNewYork

            I’m thick because I respond to what you write? Am I supposed to be a mind reader?

            Goodbye, knucklehead.

    • CPAinNewYork

      Hillary Clinton isn’t good hearted. She’s a miserable human being who’ll do anything to win.

  • Germansmith

    She should have been the President now, not Obama.
    I do not know if becoming Obama’s Sec of State was an asset or a liability for her (after all, just Democrats votes will not win her the Presidency, she needs Independents and some Republicans as well)
    Best of luck to a very classy lady

    • CPAinNewYork

      Classy? When her buddy Vince Foster died, she and her secretary couldn’t wait to get into Foster’s office to rifle his files.

  • Dominick Vila

    Hillary Clinton is on more than Twitter, she is on a roll and ready to be our next President. All she has to do is choose Elizabeth Warren as her running mate and we will control the White House for four years. Needless to say, they will also be coat tails.

    • mike

      Three more years of what we have now and it won’t look so great. 3 years in politics is a very long time.

    • Fern Woodfork

      I’m Looking Forward To Cast my Vote For The First Woman President Mrs Hillary Clinton!! Matter A Fact As Long As It Not Another Warmongering, Greedy, Lying, Selfish Racist, Corporate Loving No Good Ass GOP/Tea Party American Taliban Member Who Goal Is To Gut Out As Much As This Country They Can And Throw As Many Of The 98% Of The American People Under The Bus Just To Make A Buck!!! I’m More Than Happy To Cast My Vote For A Person Who Will Look Out For ALL The American People!! And A GOP/Tea Party Member Is Not On The Menu!!

      • CPAinNewYork

        Look forward to that Fern. You should also look forward to losing. I think that an unbalanced ticket of two women will be a disaster for the Democrats.

        Oh, and by the way, Fern: The more that you write, the more you come across as a total asshole.

        • Fern Woodfork

          Sucking Assholes Is One Of The Things You Do Best!!! F….U….C….K——Y…O…U!!!!!!! Your Mother Is An Asshole !!!!

          • CPAinNewYork

            Fern, discussing an issue with you is useful to see how that issue would be viewed by the dregs of humanity.

          • Fern Woodfork

            What Part Of I Don’t Want To Discuss A Damn Thing With You You Cock Sucking Bitch!! Go Fuck Off!!! This Is No Our First Dance But I Hope It Our LAST!! GOOD BYE WOMEN HATING BITCH!!

    • CPAinNewYork

      I hope that you’re wrong. I remember Hillary crying during the last campaign, when she was trying for the Democratic nomination. What a pathetic spectacle that was. We don’t need a president that cries when things get tough.

      Personally, I like Biden.

      • Dominick Vila

        Biden is a nice and honest guy, but his propensity to put his foot in his mouth has always been a problem for him and his party. I don’t think he is electable.
        As for crying, nobody does it like John Boehner, and our conservative cousins seem to be OK with that.

        • CPAinNewYork

          I think that Boehner’s phony crying has shown him to be a buffoon. I’m moderately conservative and I’m not ok with it.

          I wouldn’t willingly vote for him or Ryan or Romney. I voted for Obama, although I’m not thrilled with him. Unfortunately, one doesn’t usually get to vote for a candidate that one truly likes or admires. One has to choose between varying shades of dislike and contempt.

        • DurdyDawg

          Being ‘nice’ in the political arena means only one thing.. If Biden runs he’ll be type cast right up there with the pubs other punch bag, Jimmy Carter.. and congress will do to him what they did to Carter to give him that tag.. It’ll be a pub slam dunk in the tradition of the late (but hardly great) Mittins Robme. It would simply be a ‘get back’ tactic for how the Dems treated their golden boy just as Obama is a get back for what happened to tricky Dicky, something the GOP still hasn’t gotten over.. Vengeance really is a cold brew.

        • CPAinNewYork

          I think that Boehner is an asshole. I wouldn’t vote for him either.

    • Germansmith

      Dominick..I really expected more thought from you
      Where is the balance in that ticket? Two older women from the same area of the country?
      Clinton needs a conservative male democrat from the South or the Midwest

      • CPAinNewYork

        Hillary Clinton needs to get lost. Two women on the same ticket will be a disaster for the Democrats, but they’ll still lose if Hillary is on the ticket with a man as vice presidential candidate.

    • CPAinNewYork

      I think that an all-female ticket will ensure the Republicans’ return to the presidency.

      • Eleanore Whitaker

        I think your gender bias is showing. This is not a male dominated country. Get that through those thick male heads…52% of the population of this country are women…got that? W O M E N and of that 52% over 90% are employed, pay the same taxes as men and still do not get equal pay ..77 cents for every dollar a man earns. Men in the US grow ever more pathetic with their bull heads and bullying. Too bad women are the most subversive creatures in civilization and easily thwart all male bulls attempts at sabotage.

        • CPAinNewYork

          I think your gender bias is the problem. Some women seem to think that Hillary Clinton is a strong candidate because she’s a woman. They just want to see a woman president. I’ve nothing against a woman president, but I think that Hillary will be a failure as president.

          Her accomplishments as Secretary of State and as a New York senator were minimal. In fact, when I ask for specifics from those who assert that she was an effective New York senator, I don’t get an answer. She was a carpetbagger, just as Robert Kennedy was. As Secretary of State, her most signal event was the Benghazi fiasco.

          When she ran against Obama for the nomination, she actually broke down and cried. Is that your criterion for an effective president, one who cries under pressure? It isn’t mine.

          Finally, I don’t like her personal history. This includes her participation in the sleazy Whitewater scandal, her rush to seize Vince Foster’s files when he supposedly committed suicide and her continued marriage to a man who was an embarrassment as president because of his sexual antics and outright lies.

          • Eleanore Whitaker

            CPA…Hillary Clinton IS the only accomplished female candidate who could stand up to any GOP bull male and get up his snarky nose. Sorry…but when you have lived as the First Lady, the wife of a former governor, raised a highly intelligent child while you also had a legal career and then…tah dah..become Senator of NY, THE most prominent state in the union and most visited and Secretary of State traveling around the globe for 4 years more than ANY male Secretary of State in US history, your gender bias is nothing more than insufferable, pathetic envy.

            As for Whitewater…in the US, the Constitution assures us that you are innocent until proven guilty. Karl Rove, Eric Prince of Blackwater and Ralph Reed, Bible Thumper and Sex fiend who was outed for his sexual escapades on his religious days off, and let’s not forget Ken Starr…cost taxpayers $12 million and after years in court failed to prove a single thing that implicated either Clinton. Mrs. Clinton has headed the International Women’s rights to promote equality for all women…What have your men of the right done besides overindulged themselves in bloated egos? Or slather their arm candy wives with more butter on their palms? Sorry…Vince Foster’s suicide was a result of the same kind of cruel and vicious harassment as Roy Cohn pulled during those McCarthyism tirades. Oh gee…guess CPA is wrong, yet again. Oh and by the way, remember the woman the McCarthyists of Rovian Revenge jailed? She also was released after the courts found she had been illegally incarcerated. Now…about that $12 million dumped on taxpayers…you think you can just shove that into the assets side of your accounting books? CPAs love to earn millions from their rich billionaire cronies…don’t they? That’s why no CPA today can be trusted to not “play fast and loose” with corporate books. Enron remind you of anything? Madoff? They all had million dollar CPAs too.

          • CPAinNewYork

            You’re right: In this country, one is presumed innocent until proven guilty. Of course, if one isn’t prosecuted, or has a friendly court, one gets away with murder, as did Hillary Clinton. I think that your Hillary is as crooked as the rest of our corrupt leaders. She certainly married her soul mate: draft dodging Slick Willie. As to other mating: Slick Willie seems to have found Hillary wanting.

            You say that “…Hillary Clinton IS the only accomplished female candidate.” You should have capitalized “female,” because that is her only distinguishing “qualification” and the only reason that you and the other dissatisfied women want her as president.

            I think that she should slink off to some dark corner and have a good cry. That seems to be her answer to pressure situations.

          • Eleanore Whitaker

            Your posts are a joke. Madoff got away for 17 years with stealing $62 billion…So..you have an explanation for why he ended up in prison? Or, how the Enron bois with all their million dollar CPAs managed not only to bankrupt their company like Kozlowski with his million dollar CPAS at Tyco?

            No matter how you try to disparage Hillary Clinton, it is not going to work. Only the right wingers in this country feed on hate hate hate hate…morning, noon and night.

            You hate the Clinton because just like Karl Rove, President Clinton and now President Obama are sons of single Moms and HIllary is a career woman. All those hours sitting in front of numbers has one CPAs brain added. Men also cry. Ask any of them men who were in the Korean War and were tortured if they shed a tear. But nice that you are such a big brave CPA who has endured all manner of torture without shedding a tear…from that cushioned CPA chair? BS.

          • CPAinNewYork

            Your anti male bias comes out loud and clear. You’ve displayed it in three of your posts so far. As to this one:

            You seem to have trouble distinguishing between situations. Do you really think that there’s any similarity between being tortured in a North Korean or North Vietnamese POW camp and being on stage at a political rally and breaking down and crying?

            Madoff’s auditor was anything but a “million dollar CPA” as you characterize us. He had a small office in New City, a part time receptionist and a father-in-law who resided in Florida. Madoff’s fraud was facilitated by a lack of due diligence by his investors and associates, especially their failure to realize the significance of a broker that didn’t use an independent depository for the customers’ investments. That should have raised a red flag. Oh by the way, some of those associates are women, so how can you say that male CPAs were at the center of Madoff’s scam?

            While we’re on the subject of men facilitating scams, I would remind you that part of the Enron scam involved a husband and wife team named Fastow. Your entire strategy of trying to put a gender basis on financial fraud is ill conceived. You seem to hate CPAs simply because I’m a CPA and am challenging you on your unqualified support of Hillary, solely because she’s a woman. You obviously don’t like being challenged, especially by a man. Too bad.

  • constancespinney

    The one thing I do know for sure is – not one of the people writing in this space is fit to be secretary of state…period. Mrs. Clinton did a fantastic job and worked for women as best she could. She never missed a chance to speak up for women’s rights. I like Dominick’s idea of Elizabeth Warren on the ticket. She’s such a smart lady. When will be be rid of these nincompoops who rant on and on about abortion. None of whom of course ever HAD a baby, and take no responsibility in raising any babies. They DO like to dictate though. Because – oh you know, they are God. Only THEY can save souls. Amazing. Why didn’t I know that in all my years?

    • CPAinNewYork

      When Hillary was a senator from New York, I heard several times about her doing a great job. When I asked for specific examples of what she had done for New York, I drew a blank. Her PR flacks hadn’t come up with anything and neither did anyone else, although their praise was truly effusive.

      Let’s shift to her career as Secretary of State. What are her accomplishments? Be specific, please.

      Don’t tell me about what she’s done for women. I’m asking about what she accomplished for New York as a senator and for the United States as our Secretary of State.

      • Lisztman

        Ummm. Since WHEN has a Secretary of State “accomplished” something of note, at least since Kissinger went to China? The position of SoS is not a leadership role that “gets things done”. It is a diplomatic role, creating and/or maintaining good will among friends and allies as well as real and/or potential adversaries.

        Hillary was the junior senator from New York and served just over eight years. One of the things that the right-wing hotheads in Congress have yet to figure out is that the mission of Congress moves forward when its members work together; many have worked together for decades. It is generally more prudent to grow quietly into the position, building relationships before setting fires.

        Having said that:
        Among others, from
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Senate_career_of_Hillary_Rodham_Clinton

        1) Pursued Federal assistance for NYC post-9/11
        2) Pursued assistance to post-9/11 health victims
        3) Voted against the Bush tax cuts, knowing that they would upset the previously-balanced Federal budget.
        4) With Lindsey Graham, cosponsored the American Manufacturing Trade Action Coalition
        …Just a sampling. Go read the wiki for a lengthy, detailed response.

        It appears that you are attempting to paint Ms. Clinton as unsuited to the Presidency. If you have objections, please be specific.

        • CPAinNewYork

          I think that her accomplishments, as you list them, are meager and that she’s unsuited for the presidency. I also think that her friend Vince Foster was murdered because he was starting to unravel over the pressure of what he knew about the Clintons and that her rifling of his office after his death indicated that she and her husband were involved in shady activities.

          • Lisztman

            Ah. So a) You DIDN’T read where I said, “Just a sampling — go get the rest from wikipedia” (I gave you the link).
            And NOW you bring back the Foster murder conspiracy. You’re as good as the birthers. Good-bye.

          • CPAinNewYork

            Good bye. I will not miss not having a dialog with you.

  • Lisztman

    To be honest — five years ago, I voted for Ms. Clinton in the primary. A known element (especially since I live in NY) vs. a relatively untested Senator from Illinois. Merely my choice in the toss-up. Neither here nor there. I still see Hillary as a dynamic, pragmatic, individual. Her term as Secretary of State has, if anything, honed her skills at riding the middle between diplomacy and agenda.

    And what won’t hurt us one bit — two great minds (in the White House) for the price of one… can you beat that combo?

    • CPAinNewYork

      Great. You admire her for her accomplishments as a senator from New York and as Secretary of State. Please list those accomplishments.

      • Lisztman

        Excuse me, sir (or madam, as the case may be). I “admire her for her accomplishments…” Where did I say that? You’re putting words in my mouth.

        • Eleanore Whitaker

          Righties always put words in peoples’ mouths…It’s the only way to get their selfish, self-important bloated egos to balloon out of control.

          • Lisztman

            If you read the exchange immediately above this one — in which CPAinNewYork was also involved — s/he refused to read the “list of accomplishments” in wikipedia. Wants to take down HRC but doesn’t have a real reason why (except that she’s a Liberal Democrat).

            His preference for President is obviously someone like Mitt Romney. Whose experience in government was one term as governor of Massachusetts. Who found it necessary to negotiate with a Democratic legislature (as opposed to “dictate”) to accomplish anything. AND — whose signature achievement was the MA health-care system — upon which the ACA was largely modeled.

            In other words, CPA isn’t debating. S/he is pouting in his/her corner because of a dislike for Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton. And will, presumably, continue to do so, unless the GOP magically produces a President/VP combo for 2016 that has a prayer of carrying the Nation and subsequently leading it.

          • CPAinNewYork

            My preference is “obviously” Mitt Romney? From where in outer space did you get that opinion? I continually criticized Romney and Ryan and the entire Republican Party as a bunch of elitist pricks.

            I voted for Obama.

            Your “opinion” is worthless.

        • CPAinNewYork

          Good. So, we agree that Hillary doesn’t have any accomplishments, aside from her ability to push herself?

  • elw

    Those who choose to mock Hillary are just jealous because she is still cool and up-to-date and not old fashion or afraid to try new things. I would vote for Hillary, she would make a great President and has the strength of character to push past the crazy-rights constant silly scandals and accusation. There are many more lke me, that is what makes her opponents nervous. They already know that they are in trouble on a National level they will try do tear down any competition that is really a threat.

  • LotusJoan

    Right now, 2013, I hope Mrs Clinton does run. The woman bashing has reached epic proportions in this country since we put religious zealots in charge of legislation. I hope that she can count on the votes of progressive, liberal and pragmatic woman who want their country to reflect some of their values.

  • Irishgrammy

    I cannot wait for Hillary to announce, to run, and to ultimately win the Presidency. Am 2 years older than Hillary and simply put, would love to see this talented, smart as heck, articulate accomplished woman become our first American Woman President!!!

    I know the far right pundits and GOPTP will absolutely have hissy fits, it will probably make the likes of Rush Limbaugh’s head explode, which is fine by me. With everything she has accomplished and worked so hard for, has lead to this dream for women through out the country! And who knows better than Hillary what the far right is capable of and how far they will sink in an attempt to destroy her, Hells Bells, the GOPTP et al, have already started. However, she is unafraid and confident and knows who she is, and they know it and it scares the bajeebers out of GOPTP!! Love it!

  • Robert P. Robertson

    Clinton/Warren 2016 for America!!!!!

  • suddencall

    We do not need Hillary Clinton for president . The Democrats need to nominate a real Democrat this time .