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  Draft Hillary Clinton For President
The “war room”, the hub of attack, counter-attack and spin which was at the heart of Bill Clinton’s presidential campaigns in the 1990s, hs swung back into action with renewed force after Hillary Clinton was bloodied by her rivals for the first time in a debate last week.
Hillary Clinton is set to become the first American presidential candidate to hold a fundraiser in Ireland, and one of the very few to raise money outside the US.
Hillary Clinton was hundreds of miles away from Iowa yesterday, but her presence was acutely felt here as former President Bill Clinton spoke at the annual marquee event for Democrats in the state.
www.votehillary.org /CMS   (1018 words)

  
  Hillary Clinton
Clinton became the 42nd first lady of the United States on January 20, 1993, when her husband, Bill Clinton, a former governor of Arkansas, took the presidential inaugural oath.
Clinton first noticed Bill Clinton when he was trying to convince a group of classmates that they did not need immunization shots to visit Arkansas and boasting that Arkansas had "the biggest watermelons in the world." She met him again while registering for classes and he talked with her for an hour.
Clinton renewed her commitment to women's issues on this trip and planned to work toward a declaration of principles on the rights of women at the fourth United Nations international conference on women held in Beijing, China, in September 1995.
www.edwardsly.com /clinton.htm   (2106 words)

  
 Hillary Rodham Clinton - Congresspedia
When Clinton joined the Senate, she was widely reported to have kept a low public profile and learned the ways of the institution while building relationships with senators from both sides of the aisle, thus countering her polarizing celebrity.
Clinton co-founded and became the co-chair of the U.S. Senate India Caucus with the encouragement and aid of the USINPAC Political Action Committee.
Clinton announced in November 2004 that she would seek a second term in the Senate in the 2006 New York election for Senator.
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=Hillary_Clinton   (4388 words)

  
 Hillary Clinton: Powerful, classy and fearless - one of the biggest political stars at MondoStars.com
Hillary Rodham Clinton is a United States senator (D-NY) who has been the first lady of Arkansas, the first lady of the United States and would like to be the first lady to be elected president of the United States.
Hillary Clinton was elected to the United States Senate by the people of New York in 2000.
Senator Hillary Clinton, speaking during a televised debate on June 3, 2007 with John Edwards and Senator Barack Obama, two of her rivals for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination.
www.mondostars.com /politics/hillaryclinton.html   (987 words)

  
 Hillary Clinton: Who's Party?
The idea that Hillary Clinton would be more sensitive to civil liberties if she were at the empire’s helm is too absurd for words.
Clinton is likely to abuse the security measure if she becomes president - unless additional safeguards are built in.
Last year George W invited both Clintons as guests of honor and praised them to the hilt as he unveiled portraits of the two to be hung in the White House.
infowars.net /articles/may2006/100506clinton.htm   (1183 words)

  
 Hillary Clinton For President? Author of Hillary Clinton Book, “Hillary Clinton Nude,” Presents the Case ...
In "Hillary Clinton Nude," the former First Lady is presented as an ego-driven politician, lacking the intellectual skills and leadership qualities to serve as America's commander-in-chief at a time of geopolitical strife and peril, combined with an uncertain economic future for the nation.
In Filger's view, Hillary Clinton, as was the case with George W. Bush, is only a viable presidential candidate due to a direct relationship with a recent president.
He points out that as a presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton is likely to criticize the Bush administration's multilateral approach towards North Korea, while claiming that her husband's bilateral approach resulted in an Agreed Framework agreement with the North Korean dictatorship.
prweb.com /releases/2006/10/prweb449675.htm   (769 words)

  
 Hillary Rodham Clinton, Senator from New York
Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on the Sixth Anniversary of the September 11th Attacks
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton was sworn in January 4, marking the start of her second term as New York Senator and the beginning of the 110th Congress.
Pursuant to Senate policy, newsletters, petitions, opinion polls and issue alerts and other electronic communications cannot be initiated by this office for the 60 day period immediately before the date of a primary or general election.
clinton.senate.gov   (1216 words)

  
 "Why Not Hillary?" by Carl M. Cannon
In some quarters, Hillary's centrist posture was portrayed as new, but it actually isn't: She butted heads with the Arkansas teachers' union in the mid-1980s over a proposal she led to improve teacher quality.
The Clintons are good at slogans, but this is a question women will have for Hillary Clinton, women looking to identify with her.
Hillary Clinton, whether she realizes it or not, is relieved of the obligation to pander in this way.
www.washingtonmonthly.com /features/2005/0507.cannon.html   (3604 words)

  
 Meet the Next President: Hillary Clinton remains coy about run - Examiner.com
Hillary Rodham Clinton, the most dominant figure in the crowded field of Democrats and Republicans mulling a White House bid in 2008, is also the coyest about her intentions.
Hillary Clinton was the only Democrat who declined to be interviewed for a profile in “Meet the Next President,” The Examiner’s two-week series on White House hopefuls.
Clinton’s official position is that she’s too busy campaigning for re-election to her Senate seat in November to contemplate a presidential bid.
www.examiner.com /a-303482~Meet_the_Next_President__Hillary_Clinton_remains_coy_about_run.html   (2088 words)

  
 Republicans for Hillary. - By John Dickerson - Slate Magazine
When Hillary arrived in the Senate in 2000, Republicans were sure her arrogance and pushy liberalism would doom her.
Hillary is so far ahead of her potential Democratic presidential rivals she looks like the kind of candidate the GOP usually nominates—the "it's their turn" candidate who has either been through national campaigns or has the star-quality, finances, and a big lead in the polls over their rivals.
Hillary Clinton is not a lock for the nomination no matter how persuasive the Republican arguments for her are.
www.slate.com /id/2141639   (1497 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Poll majority say they'd be likely to vote for Clinton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Clinton commands as much strong support — but more strong opposition — as George W. Bush did in a Newsweek poll in November 1998, two years before the 2000 election.
Clinton has been leading the field of Democratic presidential contenders for the 2008 election, still more than three years away.
In the poll, 29% were "very likely" to vote for Clinton for president if she runs in 2008; 24% were "somewhat likely." Seven percent were "not very likely" and 39% were "not at all likely" to vote for her.
www.usatoday.com /news/washington/2005-05-26-hillary-poll_x.htm   (767 words)

  
 ABC News: Hillary Clinton Launching Presidential Run
Senator Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks about her recent trip to Iraq and Afghanistan during a news conference in the Capitol in Washington on Jan. 17, 2007.
Associates of Clinton say she will be capable of raising tens of millions of dollars in the year to come.
Clinton's support is particularly strong among Democratic women; 49 percent favor her for the nomination, compared with 29 percent of Democratic men.
abcnews.go.com /Politics/story?id=2810072&page=1   (534 words)

  
 Hillary Clinton's anti-abortion strategy. - By William Saletan - Slate Magazine
Wade, Hillary Clinton gave a speech outlining her views on abortion, contraception, and abstinence.
This is the other side of Clinton's message: against the ugliness of state control, she wants to raise the banner of morality as well as freedom.
Clinton spent much of her speech excoriating the administration on this question.
www.slate.com /id/2112712   (1194 words)

  
 Biography of Hillary Clinton
Hillary Diane Rodham, Dorothy and Hugh Rodham's first child, was born on October 26, 1947.
The President often recalls how they met in the library when she strode up to him and said, "If you're going to keep staring at me, I might as well introduce myself." The two were soon inseparable--partners in moot court, political campaigns, and matters of the heart.
Undeterred by critics, Hillary won many admirers for her staunch support for women around the world and her commitment to children's issues.
www.whitehouse.gov /history/firstladies/hc42.html   (549 words)

  
 CNN.com - Hillary Clinton 'truly regrets' Gandhi joke - Jan. 7, 2004
After being approached by The Associated Press to clarify the remarks, Clinton suggested in a statement sent late Monday that she never meant to fuel any stereotype -- often used as a comedic punch line -- that certain ethnic groups were synonymous with operating America's gas stations.
While crediting Clinton and her husband, former President Clinton, as long having "supported the Gandhi message," Naef said Saturday's remarks "could be incredibly harmful" in perpetuating racial myths.
Clinton has, the more this is going to be troubling to some people," he said.
www.cnn.com /2004/ALLPOLITICS/01/06/elec04.s.mo.farmer.clinton.ap   (525 words)

  
 Student: Hillary Clinton staffer planted audience question
WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton says she's not in the habit of planting audience questions, but a woman who asked one says her staffers have a crib sheet on how to do it.
"I don't know whether Hillary knew what my question was going to be, but it seemed like she knew to call on me because there were so many people, and...I was the only college student in that area," she said.
Clinton spokesman Blake Zeff maintained the former First Lady didn't know the student and that no questions will be planted in the future.
www.nydailynews.com /news/wn_report/2007/11/14/2007-11-14_student_hillary_clinton_staffer_planted_.html?ref=rss   (292 words)

  
 Hillary Clinton Biography and Political Career
Hillary Clinton's persona draws crowds and press like a magnet, and her new book surpassed most people's expectations.
Clinton's $8 million gambit with publisher Simon and Schuster on her memoir, Living History, paid off quickly.
Clinton announced her campaign for Senate, despite the fact she did not live in New York state, or that she had never before had run for office.
www.politics-now.com /news/hillaryclintonbiography.htm   (869 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Living History: Books: Hillary Rodham Clinton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hillary Clinton Announcement Video — Hillary Clinton announces she will be a candidate for the 2008 presidential race.
Hillary Clinton 2008 Wristbands — Hillary Clinton 2008 Wristbands.
Whether Senator Clinton does or does not plan to run for President in 2004, or after, one intention of this book is clearly to give her an opportunity to explain herself, and thus reintroduce herself, to the American voting public.
www.amazon.com /Living-History-Hillary-Rodham-Clinton/dp/0743222245   (2291 words)

  
 Hillary Clinton, War Goddess- by Justin Raimondo
Clinton is the first American politician to come out squarely in favor of building what amounts to launching pads for further aggression in the region.
Not Hillary, however: she isn't the least bit shy about her vision of consolidating and projecting American power all the way to Tehran — and beyond.
One wonders, however, how these "Kossacks" will react to the increasing likelihood of Hillary as our commander in chief: although I would love to be proven wrong, my big fear is that, despite her Amazonian aggressiveness when it comes to foreign policy, these supposedly "antiwar" Democrats will find her Xena-like persona irresistible.
www.antiwar.com /justin/?articleid=8428   (1753 words)

  
 Hillary Gets Ready to Run -- Sunday, Aug. 20, 2006 -- Page 1 -- TIME
If you ask anyone around Hillary Clinton the question that everyone is asking, the answer comes back in a shot: The freshman Senator from New York is far too busy concentrating on her re-election in November to be giving even a passing thought to 2008.
Hillary would step into the race as the instant front runner, but the risks would be enormous.
So sensitive is the question of Hillary's future that both Clintons refused to let TIME interview them about it, and they discouraged those around them from talking, which explains why nearly all the people who did talk did so on the condition that their name not be used.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,1229103,00.html   (702 words)

  
 Hillary Rodham Clinton News - The New York Times
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton used her first visit to her alma mater as a presidential candidate to set out on an ambitious drive to attract more women to her campaign.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s course was set, in large part, during the supercharged year of 1968.
Hillary Clinton’s message during her trip to Iowa reflected lessons learned from her 2000 Senate race in New York.
topics.nytimes.com /top/reference/timestopics/people/c/hillary_rodham_clinton/index.html?inline=nyt-per   (1433 words)

  
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 OpinionJournal - Peggy Noonan
Clinton's looming senatorial candidacy could be turned into something longer that made the case against her.
Clinton was an unusually cynical leftist political operative who had no great respect for the citizens of the United States or for America itself, but who saw our country as a platform for her core ambitions: to rise and achieve historic personal and political power both with her husband and without him.
Clinton is no doubt correct that the first woman president will be a conservative or a tough moderate.
www.opinionjournal.com /columnists/pnoonan/?id=110006000   (1887 words)

  
 The Blog | Arianna Huffington: Hillary Clinton: TIME Cover Girl, a Profile in Followership | The Huffington Post   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hillary Clinton cannot win in 2008, and the sooner she steps aside and lets other voices emerge the better it will be for this country and for the democratic party.
Hillary will never take a definitive stance against the war - Others have said they have changed their minds, Americans has changed their minds, even some republicans are saying this was a mistake.
Consequently, I believe that Hillary Clinton is a political genius, eerily attuned to the "timing of the public's attention span" and will never be held accountable for her many lies, misdeeds and betrayals.
www.huffingtonpost.com /arianna-huffington/hillary-clinton-time_b_27726.html   (2714 words)

  
 Bill Clinton to campaign for Hillary in N.H. on Friday - Boston.com
Former President Bill Clinton is coming to New Hampshire to campaign for his wife, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Clinton stumped for his wife earlier this week in South Carolina.
Speaking Monday in North Charleston, S.C., Clinton noted his wife's Democratic rivals have been getting tough her her lately, but she can handle it.
www.boston.com /news/local/new_hampshire/articles/2007/11/14/bill_clinton_to_campaign_for_hillary_in_nh_on_friday   (176 words)

  
 The Denver Post - Group sues to speed access to Hillary Clinton's records
Judicial Watch, which has been seeking access to Clinton's White House records since April 2006, announced the filing of the lawsuit Monday, claiming the National Archives has failed to make records available or to indicate when access to the records would be allowed.
The lawsuit comes as Clinton is facing increased criticism from her Democratic presidential rivals over the number of White House documents from her husband's administration that have not been made public.
President Clinton put Hillary Clinton in charge of the task force early in his presidency to propose an overhaul of national health-care policy.
www.denverpost.com /ci_7379480?source=rss   (0 words)

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