Saturday, November 22, 2008

Operation Barack Obama Secretary of State, aka Operation B.O.S.S., is almost completed.

I think Hillary Clinton should remain a senator and still be secretary of state because she can handle both jobs. But if I were suggesting which job Hillary Clinton should hold onto, probably the senate seat. It seems to me that Hillary Clinton can wield more power in a productive and intelligent manner by working with a congress in which republicans will look to her as the voice of reason among a huge democratic majority.

I try to visualize Hillary Clinton as secretary of state. Sometimes I see her hitting a home run as she really is able to discuss and resolve important international issues, and then other times I see her role as being completely dependent on how the media decides to play it, and how the Barack Obama team decides to toy with her.

Yeah, Hillary Clinton could do both jobs at the same time (although I presume it's not legal), but if she had to choose one....

4 comments:

Cinie said...

I think that everybody is forgetting one crucial thing; Hillary Clinton is ambitious. That's not a bad thing, it's ambition that drove her to run for president. But, I think the Senate has grown a little too confining, in fact, it was arguably always just a stepping stone. Again, not a bad thing, but it seems obvious to me that HRC has outgrown the job of low ranking Senator, and is looking for one more befitting her talents, vision, and dreams.

Infidel753 said...

Becoming SoS would be risky. She'd have to parrot Obama's line, not express her own views. And the President can't fire a Senator. Still, she's pretty politically savvy and can judge the distribution of forces. And there may be deals being made behind the scenes that we don't know about.

Ted said...

You gotta hear this 90 minute blogradio on why the media has a blackout of the looming Obama Birth Certificate Constitutional Crisis:

http://politicalpistachio.blogspot.com/2008/11/why-is-obamas-birth-certificate-still.html

Alessandro Machi said...

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All in the Family and Archie Bunker's Place.

All in the Family ran from 1971 to 1979 and featured Jean Stapleton and Carroll O'Connor as the wife and husband. All in the Family ended its run in 1979 but the show continued under the name Archie Bunkers Place, which then ran from 1979 to 1983. In the new version, Jean Stapleton has died and Archie Bunker now runs a bar.

In real life, Carroll O'Connor passed on in 2001, Jean Stapleton is still alive.

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