Key questions on a Clinton run

Key questions on a Clinton run
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Posted: Sunday, April 12, 2015, 1:09 AM

When Hillary Rodham Clinton arrives in Iowa next week as a candidate for president in 2016, every statement, gesture, laugh, outfit, facial expression, and interaction with voters will be put under a microscope the likes of which few, if any, previous candidates have experienced.

Her every step will be analyzed for signs of change or continuity. Has she learned from her loss to then-candidate Barack Obama in the 2008 primaries? If so, what? Does she act entitled or hungry? Has she shifted on foreign policy issues since she was President Obama’s secretary of state? Are her economic views the same as Obama’s or Bill Clinton’s or Elizabeth Warren’s? Does she appear to like campaigning or see it as a necessary duty to reach her ultimate goal? Is she rusty or sharp, chilly or warm? The list is endless.

Two questions above all others hover over her candidacy: Why does she want to be president? Will voters find her honest, authentic, and empathetic enough to entrust her with their futures?

She begins her campaign in a politically dominant yet personally diminished position. She has no serious challengers for the Democratic nomination, yet many Democrats say they hope for real competition,…………… continues on

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  • Justin Rose, of England, waves to the gallery after a birdie on the 18th fairway during the third round of the Masters golf tournament Saturday, April 11, 2015, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum) (The Associated Press)

  • Justin Rose, of England, celebrates after a birdie on the 18th green during the third round of the Masters golf tournament Saturday, April 11, 2015, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson) (The Associated Press)

Justin Rose beat Phil Mickelson in a mini-competition Saturday. The prize was the right to play alongside Jordan Spieth in the final round of the Masters.

It looked like it would be Mickelson, first in the clubhouse at 11 under.

Then Rose sank a 20-foot, winding putt that he curved downhill into the cup on 18, leaping Lefty for a spot Sunday in the last group, where he can keep an eye on — and maybe a…………… continues on Fox News

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