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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Hillary Clinton watch: "I'm thinking about it"

Posted By on Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 1:12 PM

"I am thinking about it." 

The national media has been hyperventilating for months about when Mrs. Inevitable, Hillary Clinton, will announce a run for president, so yesterday's hedging was headline news. (Slate: "Hillary Clinton Says (Publicly) She’s Thinking About Another White House Run.") Here we go! As the National Journal pointed out, "for Hillary Clinton, one quote can launch a thousand think pieces" (not to mention some tedious close reading). 

"The hard questions aren't do you want to be president, or can you win," Clinton said at a speech yesterday at the Marketo Marketing Nation Summit 2014 in San Francisco. "The hard question is why. Why would you want to do this and what would you offer that could make a difference."

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