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Hillary Clinton For President?

What did Hillary Clinton say when she was asked yesterday if she still wanted to be America's first female president?

"That's not anything I'm at all thinking about . . . I don't know, but I doubt very much that anything like that will ever be part of my life."

My friends, Hillary's still got it. A non-denial denial is the first hint that a politician might be holding secret ambitions. Then again, maybe people are reading into the comment too much. Do you think she'll give a run for the presidency another shot down the road, say in 2016?

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yellinln yellinln 7 years
I heard this on the radio yesterday. In the rest of the quote, she states that her job takes her out of the country and away from the politics. So I really do believe that she's not going to run in 2012 because she's staying focused on her post.
Chouette4u Chouette4u 7 years
I predict that in 2012, Obama will dump Biden and Hillary will be his running mate. Then if they win, Hillary will run in 2016.
Hiding55 Hiding55 7 years
George W. was a bumbling idiot and he made it 8 years. Doesn't mean anything.
PrincessLtrain PrincessLtrain 7 years
LOL - "Obama will do well enough this term to push Hillary's abmitions back to 2016." Yes, he's started off SO great. Lord help us...
PrincessLtrain PrincessLtrain 7 years
Is has nothing to do with sexism, just Hillaryism.
Daisy-Duke Daisy-Duke 7 years
Hillary needs to GO AWAY
Daisy-Duke Daisy-Duke 7 years
Hillary needs to GO AWAY
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
Sure, she is an intelligent woman worthy of respect. But hopefully Obama will do well enough this term to push Hillary's ambitions back to 2016.
Veka Veka 7 years
No. That is all.
Veka Veka 7 years
No. That is all.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
Oh please dont have her run again, i cannot take more of that harpies face
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
I think she will throw her hat in the ring again.
ladyrox1981 ladyrox1981 7 years
I am a huge supporter of Hillary. Yes, she made some missteps during the 08' campaign, but I don't think these are significant enough to bar her from office and the blame can be shared among herself anf her campaign staff. I find it absurd that individuals are willing to say that she "has no ideals higher than her own thirst for power." On some level, ALL politicians want power and I truly believe you are fooling yourself if you believe that is not the case. What gives a random layperson the right to say something so callous? I believe Hillary has high expectations of herself and truly seeks to advance the position of women in American society. Hillary has been an active proponent of human rights, and women's rights in particular, since her days at Wellesley. Unfortunately, this country suffers from a rampant, but overlooked sexism. I do think Hillary was a bit naive in her '08 run, but in the same token the media and general public battered Hillary (and Sarah Palin, who I'll be the first to admit I cannot stand) in ways men would not have been subjected. As Secretary of State, Hillary is gaining much needed exposure, experience and respect. I think if she plays her cards right, she has a strong shot at the presidency in 2016. And should she be elected, I think that would be a huge leap forward for America.
ladyrox1981 ladyrox1981 7 years
I am a huge supporter of Hillary. Yes, she made some missteps during the 08' campaign, but I don't think these are significant enough to bar her from office and the blame can be shared among herself anf her campaign staff. I find it absurd that individuals are willing to say that she "has no ideals higher than her own thirst for power." On some level, ALL politicians want power and I truly believe you are fooling yourself if you believe that is not the case. What gives a random layperson the right to say something so callous? I believe Hillary has high expectations of herself and truly seeks to advance the position of women in American society. Hillary has been an active proponent of human rights, and women's rights in particular, since her days at Wellesley. Unfortunately, this country suffers from a rampant, but overlooked sexism. I do think Hillary was a bit naive in her '08 run, but in the same token the media and general public battered Hillary (and Sarah Palin, who I'll be the first to admit I cannot stand) in ways men would not have been subjected. As Secretary of State, Hillary is gaining much needed exposure, experience and respect. I think if she plays her cards right, she has a strong shot at the presidency in 2016. And should she be elected, I think that would be a huge leap forward for America.
Hiding55 Hiding55 7 years
Personal opinions aside, I think she will probably give it another shot.
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