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Hillary Clinton on Women's Rights

Postby Yogi » 13 Mar 2012, 09:11

It's an inspiring message, but the video shows the Secretary of State as I've not seen her before. She looked much better as a First Lady. I might even suspect that she is grooming herself for a run at the Chief Executive's position a few years down the line. She has the look.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2 ... rticles%29
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Re: Hillary Clinton on Women's Rights

Postby AJRC » 13 Mar 2012, 10:31

Inspiring message for all women.

Wow, i see what you mean. Time has not been kind.

This was Hillary just four years ago.
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Maybe it's as you say, she's going to make a run in 2016. She's certainly getting that whole world on your shoulders kind of look.
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Re: Hillary Clinton on Women's Rights

Postby pilvikki » 18 Mar 2012, 23:11


well, she's 64 and apparently is not resorting to plastic surgery, which she well can afford. so she gets points for that. besides, bill's not faring any better...

i can't watch the video tonight, so i don't know what she had to say, but the site looks interesting...
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Re: Hillary Clinton on Women's Rights

Postby van » 07 Apr 2012, 04:07

Kia ora

At the risk of offending some, I venture deep into the breach and fire my salvo!
Having observed the actions of this individual over a number of yrs, I am not surprised that Willie Wonka sought the comforts of another! Nuff said.

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Re: Hillary Clinton on Women's Rights

Postby pilvikki » 07 Apr 2012, 19:59


:shock: my goddness, bill! fancy you saying what most people think! :lmao4:

but then again, would bill ever been a president without her?
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Re: Hillary Clinton on Women's Rights

Postby AJRC » 10 Apr 2012, 05:21

Bill was one of those rare politicians who had a wife just as strong as he was, pilvikki's right when she says he probably wouldn't have gotten where he did without her. A lot of the recent Presidents seem to have gone for the trophy wife, looks good but is ultimately an airheaded rich girl. Obama's gone the same route as Bill did, i don't care if he's the President or not i bet Obama knows who wears the trousers in that relationship.

Hillary may not have been the best looking, but sometimes a woman's strength can be just as attractive as physical beauty. Ok, so Bill was a moron who couldn't keep it in his pants, but he knows he got where he is today because of Hillary. And Hillary won't ever let him forget.
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Re: Hillary Clinton on Women's Rights

Postby pilvikki » 14 Apr 2012, 01:09

And Hillary won't ever let him forget.


oddly enough i have the same impression. and i don't even know her...
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Re: Hillary Clinton on Women's Rights

Postby kg » 14 Apr 2012, 11:28


It's funny how fate works.

As most here know, I drove 18-wheelers cross country for a number of years. I was coming into western Pennsylvania (I can't remember the town now) and when I stopped at the truck stop there, I found that Bill Clinton was appearing there, one of his first stops on the campaign trail. Since I had the time, I decided to see what he was about.

I agreed with the message he conveyed concerning the country and shook his hand, not realizing at the time that I was shaking the hand of the future President. I later looked back on that incident with some bemusement, but that's beside the point.

Naturally, Hillary was present, and I caught a few undercurrents whose meanings were later made quite clear. Every time she looked at Bill, I could see knives emanating from her eyes and striking Bill right in the heart. At the time I thought, "What an attitude...she's not really showing much support for her husband's run for office!" Of course, Bill's 'propensities' later reared its ugly head and I belatedly understood where such looks might have come from.
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