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LOL: Hillary Clinton Criticizes 'Excessive Partisanship' Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Apr 3, 2014, 09:04 PM

Apparently, US President Barack Obama and former US Secretary of State Hillary are competing in a contest over who can tell the boldest misstatement. Obama won his bid to the White House by saying, "If you like your health plan, you can keep it," and look how that turned out? Now, Hillary is telling American voters that she opposses "excesive partisanship." Yes, she really said that without giggling.

The Houston Chronicle repoorts that, "Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday night that excessive partisanship flowing through the nation's political system is causing the U.S. to march "backwards instead of forward" and pointed to fall elections as a sign of how the country might tackle problems."

Clinton confessed that the "excessive partisanship" promoted by former president Bill Clinton and the current US President Barack Obama has led Americans "backwards."

According to the Houston Chronicle, "The former secretary of state reflected on her time at the State Department, the U.S. relationship with Russia and the advice she gives to young women during her appearance at the annual Women in the World summit. But when the moderator asked her to address the nation's future, Clinton cited the need to "get back to evidence-based decision-making."

Clinton will scrap the campaign slogan "Share the Wealth" and call it, "Inclusive Prosperity."

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