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    Hillary Clinton departing Secretary of State position

    Come January, the Obama administration will begin again, and a number of people whose names and faces have grown familiar the past four years will leave the public realm for other livelihoods.
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and press secretary Jay Carney are preparing for departure. Many also expect Attorney General Eric Holder to be considering an exit.

    Clinton's position is perhaps most visible. Her management of the department and leadership of America's global diplomacy have won praise from Republicans and Democrats, and the former New York senator and first lady is thought by many to be the most popular member of Obama's Cabinet.
    Foreign policy experts see her departure as leaving a gap, because significant problems remain: Iran's suspected ambitions to develop nuclear weapons; violent civil war in Syria; continued fallout from the "Arab spring"; and continuing conflicts in Afghanistan and Pakistan among them. New challenges include China's slowing economy, coupled with its increasing aggressive response to territorial disputes.

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/o...195117634.html

    Everybody cross your fingers that John Kerry is NOT her replacement.......

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    Hillary is a little bit of a story, but Holder? He should be in jail.

    Still might be.
    my junk is ugly

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    none of these crooks are going to jail. Jon Huntsman is the rumor. But he's a poor a choice as Kerry. Either way, what the hell, who cares. The democrat party is the party of corruption.

    on a brighter note however, Whether it's huntsman or Kerry, either one better have a soft spot for sodomy. That appears to be part of the qualifications for 'positions' in the Obamadministration.

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    Let's hope her's wasn't an extra-marital affair like David Petraeus's was.
    Or like her husband's was


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    Quote Originally Posted by GrassrootsConservative View Post
    Let's hope her's wasn't an extra-marital affair like David Petraeus's was.
    Or like her husband's was
    Have you LOOKED at her lately?.....I seriously doubt that extra-marital OR marital affairs are on her agenda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanloverOH View Post
    Have you LOOKED at her lately?.....I seriously doubt that extra-marital OR marital affairs are on her agenda.
    Like I said, "Let's hope"...

    Everybody cross your fingers that John Kerry is NOT her replacement.......
    lolololol


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    She's got to start gearing up for 2016. We would have been better off if we'd have elected her in 2008. At least we would have been done with her. If the Republicans don't get their heads out of their keesters soon, we'll get to live under 16 year.s of liberal bliss

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanloverOH View Post
    Come January, the Obama administration will begin again, and a number of people whose names and faces have grown familiar the past four years will leave the public realm for other livelihoods.
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and press secretary Jay Carney are preparing for departure. Many also expect Attorney General Eric Holder to be considering an exit.

    Clinton's position is perhaps most visible. Her management of the department and leadership of America's global diplomacy have won praise from Republicans and Democrats, and the former New York senator and first lady is thought by many to be the most popular member of Obama's Cabinet.
    Foreign policy experts see her departure as leaving a gap, because significant problems remain: Iran's suspected ambitions to develop nuclear weapons; violent civil war in Syria; continued fallout from the "Arab spring"; and continuing conflicts in Afghanistan and Pakistan among them. New challenges include China's slowing economy, coupled with its increasing aggressive response to territorial disputes.

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/o...195117634.html

    Everybody cross your fingers that John Kerry is NOT her replacement.......
    well i wondered who wrote that bilge. Yahoo i see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    well i wondered who wrote that bilge. Yahoo i see.
    Most sites say pretty much the same thing, CJ.

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    God please not John Kerry!!!
    "Leadership, leadership is about taking responsibility, not making excuses." Mitt Romney

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