About Hillary Rodham Clinton

Hillary Rodham Clinton

I posted the following thoughts, regarding Hillary Clinton on April 4, 2013, on the blog of Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist, Jay Bookman.

From Bookman’s article: “But regardless of what happens, her political trajectory — over the years she’s been cast as the archvillain of HillaryCare, as an American Lucretia Borgia, as a reluctant Tammy Wynette, as a modern-day George Marshall — provides remarkable testament to the power of intelligence, diligence and a very, very thick skin.”
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My Response: “As well as a ‘remarkable testament’ to her internal fortitude and mental strength in forging on, well beyond the various, one-dimensional labels which others have tried to assign to her. She is a woman who knows herself well, and who, no doubt, also knows that she is a woman who has the rare opportunity to merge who she is with history’s ongoing evolution. A woman of her time – with a woman’s sensibilities capable of altering, further, the trajectory of humankind’s destination for the betterment of all.”

I recommend that readers of “MaryElizabethSings” also read the excellent column about Hillary Clinton, written by New York Times’ columnist, Maureen Dowd, in the link provided, below. Maureen Dowd analyzes Clinton’s many facets well, juxtaposing some of those facets, in the process.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/07/opinion/sunday/dowd-can-we-get-hillary-without-the-foolery.html?partner=rssnyt&emc=rss&_r=0

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