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Posted: Wednesday, January 1, 2014 6:00 pm

There are reasons why announcements of political plans by candidates are timed, and speculation is allowed to run rampant, but there’s no doubt about it, Hillary Clinton will seek the Democratic nomination for president. She hasn’t made that announcement yet, but the foundation is in place. The rest of the structure of her campaign is being planned very carefully.

One has to have an abundance of ambition, plus extraordinary energy, to seek the presidency. Hillary has both of those distinguishing features in her makeup. She also is politically savvy, and has the benefit of being married to a man who perhaps is one of the best politicians this country has ever seen, Bill Clinton. Her experience as secretary of state is an asset. Hillary was urged by husband Bill to oppose Barack Obama in the latter’s re-election bid, but she knew that would tear up the Democratic Party so she rejected her husband’s advice and strengthened her standing with the party.

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