Liberalismódividing up the EARNED wealth of honest, hard working and ingenious AMERICANS and giving it to the leeches who would rather waste their worthless lives living off the government teat.
That's ridiculous. She's been a Senator and also a Secretary of State.
I would never vote for her, but this doesn't mean that she lacks the qualifications to be President. At least be fair.
"It's always reassuring to find you've made the right enemies." -- William J. Donovan
From Chris Ciilizza's WaPo blog:
“Thirty days in the hospital? And when she reappears, she’s wearing glasses that are only for people who have traumatic brain injury? We need to know what’s up with that," Rove said at a conference near Los Angeles late last week in reference to Clinton's hospitalization in late 2012 to deal with a blood clot in the brain. (She was initially hospitalized Dec. 30, 2012, and released Jan. 2, 2013) After "Page Six" headlined their piece "Karl Rove: Hillary Clinton may have Brain Damage," Rove fought back in an interview with WaPo's Karen Tumulty."Of course she doesn't have brain damage," Rove said, adding, however, that Clinton endured "a serious health episode" for which "she is going to have to be forthcoming" if she runs for president.
...Putting aside the "brain damage" debate, which seems like a bit of a red herring, Rove -- perhaps purposely -- has injected a very serious question into the public debate (and one that has been bubbling just under the surface for months): Is Clinton's health and, by extension, her age -- she is 66 now and will be 69 on election day 2016 -- a legitimate topic of debate if she runs in 2016?
Yes, says Alex Castellanos, a prominent Republican consultant. "[Ronald] Reagan had to talk about his age and health," noted Castellanos. "[John] McCain had to talk about his age and health. Why shouldn't Hilary Clinton? Because of her gender? Welcome to the politics of equality." Karl Rove said Hillary Clinton has health questions to answer before 2016. So, does she?
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