What's remarkable to me is that I felt such disdain for her back in 2007/2008, but she has kicked so much ass as Secretary of State that I'd be delighted to see her become president. My opinion of her has done a complete 180, which I could've never in a million years predicted.
This was profoundly baffling to me at the time, that so many people who had adored her as First Lady and Senator changed their attitude towards her (and Bill) in the Dem primary. Many of them even disdained me for continuing to adore her. I still think she would have made a better choice.
But in practice, it's only going to be beautiful if that woman manages to be more than the same product that every post-war election has given us.
"Has any other SOS served at a point in history where saying that was acceptable to a majority of Western people?"
I liked the tumblr, thanks for posting. I wish then-Sen. Clinton, had seen through the lies, and voted against war in Iraq.
A CAMPAIGN FINANCE SIDE EFFECT OF ‘TEXTS FROM HILLARY?’ Half the duo that created the wildly popular — and now forever ended (http://politi.co/IyGSyC) — Texts from Hillary blog may find his newfound stardom will benefit his day job as a campaign finance reformer. Adam Smith says Public Campaign, the nonprofit reform group where he’s communications director, hasn’t yet realized a donation windfall. But he tells PI Texts from Hillary “has definitely raised my profile, which in turn will help us raise the profile of our work at Public Campaign.” “My Twitter follower count has nearly tripled since last Thursday — from 1,100 to over 3,300 currently. That helps to expand the audience of people who will see the work we do here and helps us get our message out.”
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