Monday, January 24, 2005

And so...Hillary's campaign for President begins

Sen. Clinton decries leadership lacking resolve, inspiration

By Nirvi Shah

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Monday, January 24, 2005

WEST PALM BEACH Ñ — America's leaders don't have a vision, and the economy may be on the brink of collapse, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday.

The chance to invest in a national energy policy may be lost because President Bush is looking the other way, and flaws in the American health-care system are going unaddressed, Clinton said.
But somehow, she manages to be hopeful.

Clinton, D-N.Y., spoke at the Kravis Center before a gathering of Brandeis University alumni and the public, charming the crowd with her views on a Bush administration whose strategy, she says, is to turn a blind eye when it doesn't have an answer to a serious question.

"I don't see that thoughtful, visionary direction that got us where we are today," she told the crowd of hundreds. "The history of America is... to make sacrifices today for a better tomorrow. The progress that then occurred moved everyone forward.

"That progress is at risk today," she said.

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I thought you were running for re-election to the Senate first? Oh Well.... too bad New York.... here comes Hillary to Florida and the South!

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