Hillary Clinton has stayed largely out of the campaign spotlight after her failed presidential bid in 2008 and the catastrophic attack on the American consulate in Benghazi – it would seem that Americans have forgiven her mistakes and that things have changed in her favor.
Mrs. Clinton spent Saturday evening at a campaign event for Virginia gubernatorial hopeful Terry McAuliffe. While her appearance was intended to help Mr. McAuliffe get elected, it seemed very much like an early Presidential campaign stop.
Clinton spent some time jabbing at Republicans (without mentioning them) and praising the fiscally irresponsible Democrats.
Recently in Washington, unfortunately, we have seen examples of the wrong kind of leadership, when politicians choose scorched earth instead of common ground,” Clinton then bemoaned Republicans saying “they operate in what I call the ‘evidence-free zone,’ indicating that Conservative ideology is trumping everything else.
Hillary chose to toe the Obama line. “If you don’t think like me, you are evil and we cannot negotiate with you,” but can America survive another four years of divisive leadership from the White House? Mrs. Clinton seems to think so.
While the majority of her comments were spent praising Virginia’s gubernatorial hopeful, several were aimed at trashing politicians from other viewpoints – something we’ve seen time and time again from President Obama.
If you thought Hillary wasn’t running for President, you may have missed a few signs – she is.