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February 26, 2014
According to a new poll from CBS News and the New York Times, eight out of ten Democratic voters would like to see Hillary Clinton run for president in 2016, nearly double the enthusiasm shown for any other candidate from either of the United States’ two primary political parties. Several potential candidates found support among just over 40 percent of their party, including Vice President Joe Biden and former Florida governor Jeb Bush; however, none of the figures in the poll came close to matching the approval of the former Secretary of State. (Photo courtesy of Angela Radulescu) source

According to a new poll from CBS News and the New York Times, eight out of ten Democratic voters would like to see Hillary Clinton run for president in 2016, nearly double the enthusiasm shown for any other candidate from either of the United States’ two primary political parties. Several potential candidates found support among just over 40 percent of their party, including Vice President Joe Biden and former Florida governor Jeb Bush; however, none of the figures in the poll came close to matching the approval of the former Secretary of State. (Photo courtesy of Angela Radulescu) source

16:15 // 1 month ago
February 24, 2014
This is hilarious. And it’s an actual thing. 

This is hilariousAnd it’s an actual thing

11:10 // 1 month ago
February 16, 2014
I think Hillary Clinton, if she becomes the nominee, will have plenty to discuss about her own record. I don’t imagine that Bill Clinton is going to be a big part of it.
Mitt Romney • Saying what should be obvious human courtesy—that Hillary Clinton probably shouldn’t be attacked during her potential presidential campaign because her husband cheated on her nearly two decades ago. Expect such attacks anyway, because people are jerks.
18:28 // 2 months ago
February 10, 2014
Hillary embodies the last line of ‘The Great Gatsby’: ‘So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past. She’ll never put it all behind her. But she has such tremendous strengths right now it may not matter.
Democratic strategist Carter Eskew • Discussing the potential impact of “The Hillary Papers,” a set of documents unearthed by the Washington Free Beacon that appear to show Hillary Clinton in a not-super-flattering light. The documents, essentially source material for a book never written by now-deceased close friend Diane Blair, put additional pressure on Clinton from an image standpoint, but who cares? It’s a document full of stuff that happened two decades ago.
19:28 // 2 months ago
January 27, 2014
21:56 // 2 months ago
December 11, 2013
Hillary Clinton has plans tonight.

Hillary Clinton has plans tonight.

17:46 // 4 months ago
September 22, 2013
We broke the great race barrier with President Obama but it’s time that we also really ask ourselves deep down what it’s going to take to elect a woman president. And I will certainly do what I can when that time comes to elect somebody – whoever that somebody might be.
Hillary Clinton teases the American public at a Miami speech, continuing to sideline a definite answer on whether or not she’s running for United States presidency come 2016. Here’s a more direct answer from Clinton herself. 

(Source: ap.org)

13:10 // 7 months ago
June 10, 2013
thenoobyorker:

imwithkanye:

Tweets From Hillary. @HillaryClinton

You must feel amazing right now.

thenoobyorker:

imwithkanye:

Tweets From Hillary. @HillaryClinton

You must feel amazing right now.

(via genericlatino)

13:04 // 10 months ago
11:10 // 10 months ago
May 17, 2013

Poll: Benghazi mainly riles up Republicans, may not be a winning issue for wider electorate

  • 41% of Republicans surveyed think Benghazi is the biggest scandal in US history
  • 39%of the aforementioned Republicans do not know what country Benghazi is in source

In the same poll: Voters trust Hillary Clinton on Benghazi more than congressional Republicans by a 10 point margin; a net +18 percent of respondents would rather congress focus on immigration reform than Benghazi; and voters were split 45/45 on whether Benghazi is more or less of a scandal than Watergate (although that broke down mostly on partisan lines).

18:15 // 11 months ago