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She’s Back: Clinton Returning to Work Next Week

Bea44 Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 2:49 PM
Allen: Hillary MUST testify under oath........., if she doesn't, she is politically doomed. Yes, we all surmised that she was shirting the "under oath" issue w/perhaps a reportedly fall vs. concussion that was NEVER diagnosed by an ER visit and/or Doctor's documentation. She has been circumventing the issues for weeks, quite nicely, the obvious/provocative issues in an endeavor the escape the scourge of responsibility for her inability,as SOS, to provide security to the BEGGING Americans who constantly requested HELP FOR DAYS; however, were IGNORED.
Steve276 Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 3:57 PM
I doubt she will want to run in 2016, regardless of what the Party, or good old Bill want. She is looking old and tired and as I mentioned above, I suspect she is caught in the grips of alcoholism. She has had her place in history, as the agreived wife and First Lady of Bill Clinton, then as the Secretary Of State. She can retire and write a book, rather than rise to the level of strength it would take to campaign for the Presiency in 2016 when she is older and less strong. She is done, mark my words.
Robert G2 Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 3:39 PM
Let's hope she is politically doomed. We don't need another lib President.
Allen331 Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 3:28 PM
I agree, but think poor besieged Hillary will get her usual pass. (Woodward saves his ire for republicans that expose Alger Hiss – not liberal heros that dodge sniper fire.)

Oh. You’re right about the Benghazi affair, but with one minor detail . . . Of course they begged for support. They knew it was coming.
What they got instead was their security downsized. Not a bright move on Team Obama’s part.
Sec. Clinton has been noticeably absent for the past few weeks because of an illness and related concussion she sustained from fainting. Daniel Halper over at The Weekly Standard dedicated an entire post to wondering where the secretary of state has been and if we’ll even see her again before she leaves office. The answer is yes:

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will return to the State Department next week after three weeks of recovery from a stomach virus and a related concussion, The Cable has confirmed.

Clinton's ongoing recovery will still prevent her from flying abroad, but will allow...

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