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Do you think the Clintons are moving into position to set Hillary up for a presidential run??

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      Yana Berlin wrote Jun 30, 2010
    • Absolutely. Hillary has always been very pragmatic




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      Anne E wrote Jun 30, 2010
    • No, I think she’s happy where she’s at and won’t put herself and family through the stress of another campaign.  (However I could be wrong!)




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      Suzann wrote Jun 30, 2010
    • I’ve always liked and admired both Hillary and her husband. I love her as Sec. of State.  

      I just pray that whoever does come into power, be it Hillary or someone else, that they are non-partisan in their policies, and that they‘re “statespeople” (used to be “statesmen“) above all else.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jul 1, 2010
    • Personally, I think the Clinton’s are a joke.  But yes, I do think they are setting up to run Hilary for president.  God help us all!




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      Qma wrote Jul 1, 2010
    • I don’t think Hillary will run against Obama in 2012. The chance is that she will engage in many humanitarian endeavors after stepping down from any political position she holds (might hold) during Obama’s Presidency.  

      We might disagree with her on some of her political views, but the fact is that she is intelligent and admirable. If I were her parent or her child, I would be extremely proud of he




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      Mary Clark wrote Jul 1, 2010
    • Well...anything is possible! I don’t believe for a moment that she is done with politics.  Of course, Obama will not go back in...THANK THE DEAR LORD!!!  Therefore, who else would the party pick ...of course at this time?  I’m not a Clinton fan at all but I would take her any day over Obama.  Heck...I would vote for my dog before I would ever vote for Obama...which I did not vote for him this last presidential election.  I’m sitting here and the more I think about it...wouldn’t it be somthing if Hilliary ran and say..Sara Palin?  Two women running against each other for the Presidency?  Now that would be historical to say the least.  I think it’s too early to tell, but if they (the Clintons) are doing this...it would not surprise me at all!  

      Personally....I want somebody in there that is going to work for the people....not the government!!!happy




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      Mary Clark wrote Jul 1, 2010
    • Well...I guess Obama would have to be included in that...but if he was smart...he would take his tail and not run at all!!




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      Kathryn O'Hara wrote Jul 4, 2010
    • Oh dear God, I hope she isn’t.  But, I think she is intelligent and driven and ambitious, so, yes, they are setting her up for a run for the presidency.  And Mary Clark, you are so right...wouldn’t it be a great campaign season if Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton were facing each other in a run for the presidency?  I for one, would find it fascinating to watch that kind of history in the making!




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      Tamra wrote Jul 5, 2010
    • I would be thrilled to see her win the Democratic nomination over B.O. in 2012.  But, thinking back, has there ever been a time when the incumbent President wasn’t nominated by his party to run for a second term?  For that reason, I don’t think Hillary will be running in 2012, but I definately think she will continue to be in politics until she retires from public life entirely.  And then we’ll still see her around, I’m sure.

      I wanted Hillary to win the nomination back in 2008 because I think she would have been a much better leader than PresO has been.  And certainly more experienced than he.




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