People are critical of the way Hillary is running her campaign. She’s not coming out Trump-style to counter the ugly rhetoric or the Republican candidates and her primary challenters’ surrogate Nader-boot “organic grassroots” anti-establishment fanboys.
I know it’s been said, but I’ll repeat here:
1. Hillary only hurts herself com9iing out negative or even harsh against a politician in Sanders who shares almost every platform column with him. Circular firing squads are so Republican. That, and c’mon, no need to spend all her anti-right wing ammunition in the early stages of a primary she’s going to win and have her opponent back her in the general election.
2. Don’t for a second mistake her holding back as weakness or her politeness as “joyless” passivity. When the general election swings into action (or the primary becomes an unlikely horse race) you will see Hillary’s colors shine like a neon rainbow.
Here are two videos everyone should watch. You will not see this woman the same way again.
First, a powerful Hillary coomp of the badassery that makes her the most qualified person to succeed President Obama as our next leader:
Then, one of the best endorsements any candidate could ask for at the 2012 Women in the World conference: