Hillary Returned To Work Looking Better Than Ever!
Today at Secretary Clinton’s meeting with her senior leadership team, she received a standing ovation and was presented with gifts from her staff.
Among the gifts was a football helmet, complete with the Department of State logo, and a jersey that said “Clinton” on the back and 112 for the number of countries she has visited as Secretary of State.
Her deputy made note that these gifts are appropriate because as he puts it “Washington is a contact sport.”
What do you think of the gifts Secretary Clinton received?
(Photo Credit: Department of State)
Go away r10. She's not a saint. She's a good Democratic politician and there's nothing wrong with that.
I'm glad she is better and that she fixed her hair.
I sometimes wished she had been elected president. She's a real person.
Not as good as Poz Face Obama
She's a criminal. With three decades of blood on her hands.
But it pales in comparison to your record, doesn't it, Dick Cheney at R15?
Saying the Clintons killed Vince Foster is sooooo 1993.
She had some work done. Concussion was a cover-up.
r10/r15 = Freeper/F&F
They made this way too easy. See ya, toots!
She'll never have work done. Christ, she rarely gets her hair done.
Agree with R18.
R20, Hillary actually looked very good throughout most of 2008 when she was running for President. It was after that that she let herself go a bit.
if she runs for President again, she will make sure she looks good then too.
She is our next President. :)
Just fantasizing, but would it be legal for her to have either Obama or Bill as OP?
to have Obama as OP?
R23, what the heck is the position of OP?
Yikes - I meant VP!
She acutally looks "rested"
It's something in r23's dream.
Except she would do that after she left the office of SoS r21. Less media attention.
I think Diane Feinstein would make a better president. Why didn't she ever throw her hat in the ring?
R30, Dianne Feinstein is too old to become President now, and I have no idea why she never ran. Perhaps she wasn't interested or didn't think she had the base for it. Maybe she would be considered too liberal as a California Senator and former San Francisco Mayor.
I think it's her age and her gender, r30. She's 79 and I think prior to Hillary running in 2008, the question of whether a woman could be elected was still debated. Another factor was her long tenure in the Senate. Most Presidents elected were governors, not a fixture in the Senate. Feinstein is from a different political era.
So first the conspiracy freaks said there was a cover-up and that Hillary is actually dying; now they're saying she faked her illness because of plastic surgery?
What is it about the Clintons that bring out the most deranged of our electorates?
You can tell she got her hair cut and colored. Is it wise for her to have her head leaning over a bowl for this?
Feinstein is also Jewish - let's get that out there too if we're going through all the factors. A Jew has never become President, and that might have been an issue for some voters.
Because when they are good, they are GOOD r33. The freepers hate that. No one is as beloved as The Clinton's are, on their side.
True, R36, the Clintons are both at record levels of popularity right now. Bill was the star of the 2012 DNC and was in high demand on the campaign trail, and Hillary has astronomical approval ratings and is guaranteed to win the 2016 nomination if she wants it.
Hillary for president in 2008, 2012 and hopefully at last in 2016!
Hillary certainly had work done while she was first lady.
No, R39, but she does have a good approval ratings too for some bizarre reason.
[quote] She acutally looks "rested"
This really is the key to looking good at any age. Getting lots and lots of rest.
And in Hillary's case, it was definitely deserved and needed. She was looking very tired from all that travel.
I could never figure out how important people like Obama, Hillary, and other presidential candidates work at such a grueling pace for such long periods of time, on such little sleep. It's mind-boggling to me.
I try to get at least 8 hrs every night, and I'm already grumpy and red-eyed with 6 or less.
[quote]What is it about the Clintons that bring out the most deranged of our electorates?
Thankfully, many of the anti-Clinton wingnuts who raised so much hell in the 90s are now dying off or have dementia. That generation can't fucking go fast enough, imho.
Don't you make me bring back the S E Cupp Appreciation Thread, R7!
Her hair looks great.
[quote]I think Diane Feinstein would make a better president.
Feinstein, the first female Republican president.
Who let her get away with that long horrible mess (hairdo) she had before? That is the person who should be made to testify/explain themselves!
Gay men blasting a educated woman over hair. Typical misogyny.
Oh shit, I meant Amen r43!
[quote]a educated woman
I really like her but thank gawd she had her hair cut and highlighted before emerging back into the spotlight.
Hillary will be way too old in 2016. She already looks like a grandma with wrinkles now. How do you think she is going to look in 2016 when she is pushing 70.
Of course she looks great...she finally got to freakin rest!
I love her hair today- I did not like the short hair when she was running for the nomination. Regardless, she looked and looks great!!!
And about Feinstein: she just does not have enough charisma for president.
Hillary Clinton for President and Julian Castro for Vice President. A winning ticket.
Hillary is a great candidate when she is not a candidate. As soon as she gets in the spotlight and has to run all her weaknesses come out. If this weren't the case then why didn't her own party nominate her in 2008? She was just as smart then and her experience was more than her opponent. What's the difference now? She's now experienced enough now that she's been SOS?
She was a good loser. What that brings to another campaign I don't know. Don't get me wrong. I supported her in 2008 and would do so in a heartbeat. Put her on center stage as the standard bearer and it just doesn't work.
I agree with you, R57. Then again, Obama is a great campaigner and less great as a president. Maybe Hilary, as flawed as a campaigner as she was, would make a good president. In the long run, that's more important.