I wouldn't be surprised to see Hillary Clinton bow out of the race for preside … (oops, don't want to sound like a racist. Let me start again.)
I wouldn't be surprised to see Hillary Clinton abandon her obsession with the presidency. I say that because I'm leery about all this attention suddenly being given to her health. It's an extremely legitimate concern, but why now so close to Election Day?
Was it her people who threw the fuel on her health issues, creating a way for her to gracefully throw in the towel? I certainly don't know, but I wouldn't be shocked. I suspect Ms. Clinton and her campaign team know that she's going to lose. And she's going to lose because she is not qualified to be president. If the ability to tread troubled waters was an ability the American people look for in their president, she would win in a landslide. But it's not.
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Don't be surprised if someday soon, while lying in a hospital bed, she explains to us why she must relinquish her dream to become our first woman president. Poor health will just not let her continue the race (oops, I did it again).