But HILLARY, now that's an interesting campaign, filled with twists and turns. My mother calls me up every day and asks, "What did that Hillary do today?" What a worthy opponent. The unbridled ambition is almost admirable.
Americans say that we want to focus on the issues, but it seems to me that what we really want to focus on are flag pins, pastor eruptions, assassination innuendos, Geraldine Ferraro. You know, all the FUN stuff.
Are we as a country addicted to drama? What will we do to entertain ourselves when Hillary drops out?
Well, just for fun, here's a dramatic rendition of Young Hillary Clinton:
From The Politico:
Oh, the drama of it all. The drama that is the Hillary Clinton campaign.
What will she say next? What will she do next?
I do not know, but I do know this: There is a huge drama gap between the Clinton campaign and the Barack Obama campaign. In fact, it is more like a chasm.
Whenever things get dull, whenever things settle down and people begin to concentrate on how Clinton is a serious candidate with a serious message, championing serious issues, she manages to heat things up.
Why talk about health care or energy policy or the housing crisis when you can talk about ... the assassination of Robert Kennedy!
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