In this world of baffling change, isn't it comforting to know Bill is still Bill.
I'm sure Hill is thrilled.
But she probably hasn't really seen much of him since the wedding. Of their daughter.
Ah, spring. Romance is in the air.For Democrats, it's no longer "change we can believe in," but "a ready to fight like an animal to push that agenda through. [snip] we can believe in." Democrats want someone who has a vision for America. Someone who knows what he or she believes in. Someone who isSecretary Clinton, fate is knocking on your door. Your time has come. And that time is 2012, not 2016. If a weakened Obama should lose to a Republican next year, and that incumbent Republican benefits from a strengthening economy and jobs market, 2016 may be a fait accompli for the GOP. That would mean 2020, when you'd be 72, would be your next real opportunity. While I think being the first woman president would be an amazing historical feat to accomplish -- just as Obama became our first black president -- I don't think being the elected president is as appealing to you or to voters.