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Mrs. Clinton did not have a government email address and exclusively used a personal account while she was secretary of state and may have violated federal rules that officials’ correspondence be retained.
“Nobody in American political history has faced more unfair attacks, more desperate opposition, more overwhelming adversity than Hillary,” said Schriock. “And yet, through her courage and resiliency and integrity, she’s shown us all how to shake off the setbacks, ignore the haters and keep focus on moving our country forward.”
WOW, there is delusion and there is delusion.
She is running as the presumptive D nominee, because that worked out so well for her last time she tried it. She is oblivious to how much America hates Washington now. Running as the entitled Washington insider is death, and papering that over as she she will try to do with messaging that she is an agent of change will not work....no one is going to believe the commercials. She I am sure thinks that having a pussy will get her the chair. No, we are shallow, but not that shallow.
The next POTUS will not be a Washington insider. If the D's put up Hillary then the R's take it unless they are even more stupid.
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I wish I could share your optimism, but we (collectively) voted for Obama twice.
I still doubt it. I mean, it does seem likely that NRA membership gave the electoral vote to George W., but that one was really close. It's also possible that Ralph Nader split enough of the Democratic vote. My guess is that neither of the final candidates will even raise the issue.
Democrats are convinced that this is about some obscure documentation rule or the about Republicans’ obsessive search for a smoking gun e-mail about the attacks in Benghazi, Libya. What they fail to appreciate is that the existence of the e-mail system is itself the smoking gun. Republicans don’t need to find a single document; they have the evidence of unfitness to serve (pardon the pun) in a personal server that allowed Clinton to control entirely the e-mails of the secretary of state of the United States, the work product created on behalf of the American people. It’s breathtaking, really — as if we knew about the 18 1/2-minute gap, the paranoia and the dishonesty before Richard Nixon was elected.
This incident provides more than merely confirmation of Clinton’s imperiousness and contempt for government oversight. Both in the construction of a parallel e-mail system and in her current refusal to come clean about its origins, purpose, etc., sure, we see once again the Clintonian mindset. (If there is no evidence, don’t admit anything, and if there is no evidence– no e-mails, no Rose Law Firm records, no memory of Chinese donors — well, then any attempt to extract answers can be chalked up to partisan attempts to badger poor Hillary Clinton.) But it goes beyond that.
This is worse than all that because, like the receipt of foreign governments’ monies by her foundation, it reveals her ingrained behavior in putting self-centered goals (money, control, etc.) above her obligations to the public.
I am first in line in the anti-Hillary camp, but don't think for a second that she doesn't have a huge bankroll, an endless list of supporters and the ability to pull the wool over everyone's eyes. It would be foolish to underestimate her power to win the Whitehouse.
President Barack Obama says it was through news reports that he first learned that Hillary Rodham Clinton used a private, nongovernment email account while serving as his secretary of state.
He also maintains that his administration remains the most transparent administration ever.
(CNN)They were not-so-affectionately dubbed the "bed-wetters" by then-Obama senior adviser David Plouffe. The definition: Democrats who run to the hills every time there's a bump in the road. The Chicken Littles. The woe-is-us crowd.
Well, they're at it again. Not surprisingly, it's because of the Hillary Clinton email brouhaha, an unforced error that is now ricocheting around the political world. And the home team stands in place, just watching, somewhat stunned.
But Democrats don't actually have the luxury of standing by and seeing how this all plays out. Hillary Clinton is their candidate; their putative nominee. "Their only viable plan is to make her the best candidate possible," says one senior Democratic strategist. "And from time to time, this may require an intervention."