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Hillary preparing for presidential run?

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Recently it was announced that there will be at least one made-for-TV movie about Hillary Clinton to be released shortly before the next presidential election. I guess it will be similar to the made-for-TV movie about Ann Romney's struggles with MS while trying to help her husband win the electi -- err, wait, never mind, that never happened.

So I am wondering if the movie will include scenes from the travel-gate scandal, the Whitewater real estate scandal, the illegal insider trading cattle futures scandal or her attempt to discredit the rather large parade of Bill's bimbo's?

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I can't wait to see the parts of the movie about her term as secretary of state where our country's reputation and standing have basically taken a beating all over the world. Perhaps Congress can suspend the Benghazi hearings for now as I am sure the movie will have a full and truthful explanation as it further explains the whole "what difference does it possibly make" theory.

Looking forward to the scene where Hillary embraces the parents of the dead and tells them "Don't worry, we will get the guy responsible for the video."

As long as we are on the subject of secretary of state, I have to ask, what were Mrs. Clinton's qualifications to be our country's top international representative? I can't help but think that her qualifications were that she needed some experience in that area to enhance her resume for her run at the presidency.

So is on-the-job training in a very critical position considered public service or is it more of a completely self-serving proposition?

That's our new age, transparent government at work -- always looking out for all of us.

Marc Thomsen

Elk Grove Village

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