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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Yoga cinches it. Hillary Clinton must be running for president

Posted By on Sat, Sep 13, 2014 at 7:14 AM

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The New York Times devotes a reporter full-time to the Clinton beat and today breaks news that Hillary Clinton is "building stamina through tough new workouts with a personal trainer and yoga." She published a book. She's triangulating income inequality. She's visiting Iowa. She has a full-time cheering squad at Ready for Hillary producing videos like the one above.

Yep. Sounds like a presidential candidate.

Hey, I write a blog. I'm working out. I'm mighty upset about income inequality. I've got videos on YouTube. But I'm not going to Tom Harkin's steak fry. Conclude from that what you will.

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