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Posted: Thursday, June 19, 2014 8:46 am

Whatever happens, Hillary Clinton will go down in America’s political history as unique, loved, hated, overflowing with ambition, resilient, uncontrolled aggressiveness, a tendency to move away from the truth, toughness, hot tempered, knowledgeable, greedy, great campaigner, often unforgiving, cunning, politically smart, high priority to protecting her image, keen planner and so on and on with a treasury of adjectives to label her. Can one person possess all of these characteristics? Somehow Hillary has managed to do so.

Will she run for the Democratic nomination for president? We have a strong feeling she will. She is doing everything a would-be candidate does. Her book, “Hard Choices,” and signing tour are the latest indications she is a candidate. We don’t know at which age she made a “go for it” decision to be the first woman president, but that goal has driven her for a lifetime it seems.

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