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(R) I was just reading your viewpoints on Clinton. First of all, I'm also a member of the Armed Services. I've been in the Air Force for about 5 years now, so I support the President and all that. My basic question for you is this: Where does Hillary Clinton get the power she seems to have? I'm not well versed in the political field, so I'm a little ignorant in these things. Since Clinton took office, I've seen Hillary Clinton taking over all these programs "for her husband". I'm just curious where she gets this power from. I don't think anyone elected her to any office...
(MB) Hillary is the only one of the co-Presidents who has any brains. Granted, that's not saying much, but she certainly beats out her husband in that regard. What Slick has going for him is charisma. He got elected solely through his ability to talk a great game. Hillary goes along for the ride and takes advantage of the power that comes with the positions that Slick gets elected to. As soon as his term as President ends, I'll bet you a dollar to a doughnut that she dumps him like a bad habit.

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