Tears are not enough
First off, let me say that, if I had a vote in the U.S. elections, Hillary (sometimes Rodham) Clinton would not get it. This has more to do with her position on the Iraq War than just about anything else. Believe me, it pains me to say that, now that a woman could be leader of the free world, I couldn't back her.
That said, I hate the sexist attacks on her.
Today brings another. She got a little farklempt during a campaign pit stop:
PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire (CNN) — Hillary Clinton became visibly emotional at a New Hampshire campaign event today after a friendly question from a voter.
At the close of a Portsmouth campaign stop, Marianne Pernold-Young, 64, asked Clinton: "How do you do it? How do you keep up… and who does your hair?"
So the vultures, starting with political rival John Edwards, swept in.
"I think what we need in a commander-in-chief is strength and resolve, and presidential campaigns are tough business, but being president of the United States is also tough business."
To be honest, I found her very minor meltdown humanized her.
I also want to know what brand of mascara she uses.
UPPITY DATE: Just watch her.