March 5, 2008
Regarding the March 4 front-page article "To Women, So Much More Than Just a Candidate": I support Sen. Barack Obama because I believe he represents change. I also don't think that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is "so much more than a candidate. " A better headline would have been "To Some Women, So Much More Than Just a Candidate. " I also take exception to Marion Wagner of the National Organization for Women, who said that Mr. Obama's holding a chair for Ms. Clinton was somehow demeaning to her. I would not find it demeaning if a gentleman held...
September 11, 2013 |
PHILADELPHIA If you're still wondering — despite the coy tweets, the impending avalanche of speeches, the assiduous fundraising for the renamed Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation — whether Hillary Clinton is running for president, consider her reference Tuesday night to Teddy Roosevelt's man in the arena. Roosevelt disdained critics and carpers. "The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena," Roosevelt proclaimed , "who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place...
August 13, 2013 |
Three years out and you'd think the deed was done: Madame President Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton. She's everywhere these days because: (a) It's August; (b) reporters are bored with President Obama; (c) reporters are bored with Joe Biden; (d) Clintons are never boring. Correct. Op-ed columns are filled with advice about what Hillary needs to do. She needs a narrative. A message. It can't be that she's a Clinton or a woman. It has to be . . . What? Here's a thought: She can save the world.
August 29, 2009
In this era of hyperbole absent outcomes, David Rothkopf's Aug. 23 Outlook commentary , "It's 3 a.m. Do You Know Where Hillary Clinton Is?," delivered an unbridled paean to Hillary Rodham Clinton by asserting that she may usher in "a transformation that may render the presidencies of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush mere side notes in a long transition to a meaningful post-Cold war worldview," a mouthful even if it were true. Perhaps such a shift will come, but she hasn't yet budged Russia, China or India, not to...
May 24, 2008
TODAY: Both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will campaign in Puerto Rico. TOMORROW: Obama gives the commencement address at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., filling in for Sen. Edward Kennedy.
September 10, 2013 |
PHILADELPHIA — Hillary Rodham Clinton and Jeb Bush, would-be opponents in the 2016 race to return one of their families to the White House, shared a stage here Tuesday evening and basked in a mood of bipartisan bonhomie. The former Republican governor of Florida celebrated Clinton's commitment to public service as she received the 2013 Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. "Hillary and I come from different political parties, and we disagree about a few things, but we do agree on the...