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It seems unlikely — but the idea’s been floating around for several days now, and so far she’s not rejecting it. For what it’s worth, Secretary Clinton, we’d love to see you run for mayor. New York City needs you.
Yes, we were highly critical of Hillary Clinton in the runup to Election Day. But that was the race for the White House, where she offered a program far to the left of the nation’s center.
Not so in New York, where she’d be dead-center in the city’s Democratic majority. Progressive, but not obsessed with proving it — nor with trying to use the mayoralty to become a national leader. Passionate for social justice, but not an ideologue who’ll stick by homeless or affordable-housing policies that are clearly failing.
Above all else, she’d actually focus on doing the job. Clinton is a famously diligent worker — one who shows up on time and puts in the hours. And New York needs a mayor who’ll run herd on city government.
Oh no, not that.
The last time Hillary diligently did anything, four incredibly brave Americans came home in metal shipping containers.
Even some conservatives are pitching the idea that Clinton would be the lesser of two or more evils.
Which, of course, is how we get cesspits like New York in the first place.
Just our take, but anyone who would let this woman or her family members near a seat of power, is too stupid to care about anyway.
So good luck with that, NYC.
HT/Gateway Pundit [Image]
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