Is Hillary the One to Beat Obama?

Friday, 26 Aug 2011 01:58 PM

By S.E. Cupp

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Nearly a year ago in this very column space, I wondered if we wouldn't have been better off with Hillary Clinton than Barack Obama, and suggested — half-jokingly — that she could beat him in 2012 if she wanted to.

Well, with Obama presiding over staggering unemployment, unfathomable debt, another potential recession and the first credit downgrade in U.S. history, I'm convinced now that the answer to that question is yes.

Incidentally, I'm also finding less and less humor in the idea that Hillary should run.

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