February 27, 2015

Hillary’s New, DESPICABLE Campaign Strategy Will Be the Center of Attention Until the Election

Hillary Clinton plans to drastically change her presidential campaign strategy in anticipation of the 2016 election.
She’ll break with one of the main tactics from her failed 2008 run that her advisers and those closest to her now believe might have cost her the Democratic primary and the presidency.
This time around, Clinton plans to emphasize, above all things, that SHE’S A WOMAN and rightly deserves the presidency on practically that basis alone.
During the 2008 presidential election, Hillary Clinton hardly acknowledged the historic nature of her candidacy until it was too late. Next year could be a lot different.

In her concession speech in June 2008 at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., Clinton spoke wistfully about having cracked, but not quite broken through, the “glass ceiling” professional women face. …
To that point, Clinton had doggedly touted her credentials as a former senator and a former first lady but downplayed her standing as the first woman to have a serious shot at winning the presidency.
The strategy was deliberate. …
But as Clinton prepares to run for president again, she appears ready to reject [that] advice and make women’s issues, and her personal experiences with them, central to her platform. …
Meanwhile, close Clinton allies have begun to affirm publicly what Clinton’s evolving statements have come to suggest: that she will embrace a pro-women message as part of her presidential campaign platform.
“I think she clearly understands this time the significance of having a woman president of the United States,” Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, Clinton’s former campaign chairman, told The New York Times.
Clinton’s rhetoric has shifted sharply from that of her last presidential campaign, when she counted on outsized support for women but did not want to explicitly reach out to to that segment of voters.

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