Say what? The Clinton campaign is pressing to match Bernie’s grassroots fund-raising totals?
Instead, the Congress will focus on how much to squeeze federal spending, and whether to shut down the government in the fight over Planned Parenthood.
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Clinton has chosen to remain above the fray, issuing a statement saying she was “closely watching” to see if the treaty meets the standards of protecting workers and serving our national security.
Before the babble stupefies, here are five simple propositions to consider about the Hillary candidacy.
What is different now is that people are starting to understand that their struggles aren’t their own fault.
Feckless trade policies have contributed to the decline of our middle class. Surely it is time not for a fast track but for a strategic change of course.
We need a big debate about the direction of the country, and a growing populist movement would benefit from a populist challenge to Hillary.
A new report by a commission convened by the Center for American Progress provides a leading indicator of where Hillary Clinton is heading.
To that end, Obama focused the speech about values and direction, not on programs.
The president’s speech begins a political argument – an argument about what direction the country should take. He must help Americans see the choices clearly.
This is the epitome of bipartisan blather: “the hope that the spirit of compromise…might flourish and grow.”
If Hillary Clinton enters the race, Sanders would surely offer a choice and not an echo.
When the two parties agree, Americans should hold onto their wallets.
Will President Obama choose now to lay out what the country needs, make his case and make the choices clear, and stand against those who would take the country back?