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  •  Aww, but Hume said in rebuttal... (0+ / 0-)

    "I am quite surprised that anyone would suggest that Hillary Clinton did not perform important foreign policy work as First Lady."

    Which is really about the same thing that Trimble said--

    "So in a classic woman politicky sort of way I think she was active...She was certainly investing some time, no doubt about it. Whether she was involved on the issue side I think probably not." Some of the people Mrs Clinton met went on to help found the Women’s Coalition, which took part in the Good Friday talks. Lord Trimble said: "The Women’s Coalition will think they were important. Other people beg to differ."

    --except that Hume was more...ahem, elegant...with his observation.

    Suppose a recruiter is reviewing job references for Hillary and obtains statements from both gentlemen. Whose statement more accurately describes the situation?  I know I'd give weight to the one that provides more obvious candor: Trimble.

    We're in a culture that increasingly holds that science is just another belief. - Alan Alda

    by sawgrass727 on Mon Mar 10, 2008 at 09:53:36 PM PDT

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