Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Hillary Clinton in Harper's Bazaar

The Public Relations Office at Hearst Magazines sent me its new piece from Harper's Bazaar, "Hillary Clinton: Myth and Reality." It's an interesting interview, for example:

Hillary Clinton

She seems resigned to gender being an issue in politics. "Being a serious candidate for president as a woman brought out all the stuff that still exists about that," she says. "Some of it was personal, some of it was gender based, and you kind of accept it. I think that if you live long enough, you realize that so much of what happens in life is out of your control, but how you respond to it is in your control. That's what I try to remember."
And while I'm on this, Clinton's State Department has release an action memo today, "Internet Rights and Wrongs: Choices & Challenges in a Networked World."

4 comments:

Lady Liberty said...

We all want Obama out of the White House, and there is no Republican nominee who can beat Obama. Except Paul. The only way to beat Obama is to steal his votes, and the only who who will do that is Paul. Obama only won the election because he got the Independent vote- it was anyone other than McCain/Palin. Independents and Democrats alike love Paul.
This is a serious situation. We can't just wait until 2016 when any old Republican is a shoe in. I fear the economy- and the dollar- will not last that long. It's time we stop worrying about the reputation of the Republican party (who will be their puppet) and start worrying about the future of this country.
Please, don't give up on Ron Paul. Reconsider what you think you know about him- the media has not done a fair job. He was completely ignored in the 08 election.


"Ron Paul is one of the outstanding leaders fighting for a stronger national defense. As a former Air Force officer, he knows well the needs of our armed forces, and he always puts them first. We need to keep him fighting for our country."
-Ronald Reagan

Dennis said...

WOW! I don't know who took this picture and who decided to use it. The possible interpretations are endless and most of them are not good for Hillary.

Maggie@MaggiesNotebook said...

"Bizarre" photo. I know there's a message there, and it isn't "a thin Hillary Clinton." She hasn't a chance, other than msm, of going down in history as a brilliant Secretary of Defense, but she has certainly had enough opportunities.

Rev Dr E Buzz said...

Does she do any actual work, ever?