Hillary Clinton has done a good job as a U.S. senator. She has emerged as a strong political leader for various reasons, including her resoluteness (at least in front of the cameras) during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. U.S. voters, regardless of their political orientation, have reiterated that America is ready for a woman president. What they have not said is that they like the idea of a woman dealing with America’s economic problems and social issues, but not with wars and foreign affairs. This is why Hillary Clinton is in the race but will not win the presidency in 2008.
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