While speaking to a group of supporters at a St. Patrick’s Day event in Scranton, Pennsylvania (the Scranton made famous by the popular TV series The Office), Hillary Clinton hinted that she’s ready to return to public service.
Crooked Hillary getting back into politics. This can only mean one thing…The Clinton Foundation is running dry now that that Hillary and Bill have lost their standing in the US government.
What office will Hillary seek? Rumors are abuzz that HRC will take on uber-liberal NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, in what would be a battle between the progressive left vs. the neocon left.
And while Hillary has seen her popularity plummet to historic lows across the US, in NY she is still loved and may be the only person capable of defeating de Blasio.
Here is Hillary hinting at her return…
“Our country seems so divided right now. I do not believe that we can let political divides harden into personal divides. And we can’t just ignore or turn a cold shoulder toward someone because they disagree with us politically.”
“We’ve gotta keep trying to listen to each other, to reason together and try to work to help people have better lives.”
“I’m like a lot of my friends right now. I have a hard time watching the news, I’ll confess. I am ready to come out of the woods and to help shine a light on what is already happening around kitchen tables, at dinners like this.”
After months of crying in bed and moping around the woods of Chappaqua sulking over her shocking loss last November, Hillary Clinton told “The Society of Irish Women” at a St. Patrick’s Day speech in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Friday night that she’s finally ready to “come out of the woods.” And while that comment could be interpreted in a whole bunch of different ways, we’re going to take the high road and assume that it’s simply a hint that she’s ready to return to public life in some capacity.
Unfortunately, while Hillary is all too willing to encourage the rest of us to “listen to each other”, she’s apparently not yet ready to listen to the advice of the 60+ million people around the country who decided they would prefer she not be an active participant in public life any longer.
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