During a brief visit to the suburbs Tuesday, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney likened Sen. Hillary Clinton to an "intern" -- an occasionally troublesome word in the Clinton lexicon.
My Night With Bill Clinton
I live near Carnegie Hall basically because if I open the window, sometimes I can hear the music€¦and if I can't hear the music, it certainly beats living near a garbage dump. On the other hand, maybe I do live near a garbage dump. The other night I tried to come back to my apartment after an evening of rivalry (basically borscht and blintzes), and found the way to my apartment blocked, and dozens of policemen and police cars in the street. read more »
Billionaire financier Warren Buffett said he admires the "vision" of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and would help their presidential campaigns if they sought his aid.
"I'll help either one of them if they ask," Buffett said at a charity luncheon in New York on Wednesday.
"They've got the intellect. They've got a vision of the kind of America they want to have."
Newsweek gives Hillary what amounts to its version of a Profiles in Courage award this week. And how'd she earn it, you ask? By doing what she told us she wasn't doing back during that 60 Minutes interview in 1992..."standing by her man". In this case, standing by her skirt-chasin' man. From the article: read more »
Well, the big debate's over and the
analysis spin has begun (or really started before the debate)...
MANCHESTER, N.H. - Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton spent Friday answering New Hampshire's voters' questions - including one about would-be "American Idol" Sanjaya. During a radio call-in on WOKQ-FM, the New York senator was asked what the United States can do about Sanjaya Malakar, the television show's underdog candidate who critics say lacks any shred of talent. "That's the best question I've been asked in a long time," Clinton said. "Well, you know, people can vote for whomever they want. read more »
It ain't easy being Hillary. As far as the general public is concerned, she's the single most divisive major political figure in the Democrat party; while the various liberal constituencies that constitute the Democrat's party base worry that she's not liberal enough. Some who consider her too far to the right on the war issue even took to heckling her at a recent speech to the Democrat National Committee.
Poor Hillary. It's not as though she's brought any of these problems on herself. First, there was her clumsy entrance onto the national political stage in 1992 with that famous reference to "not staying home and baking cookies" or "standing by her man like Tammy Wynette" in vague reference to Bubba's past indiscretions. read more »