tThat guy pushes a thinly sourced story about Clinton calling senators on behalf of Liebermann and refused to acknowledge his mistake. I am not sure I will be with Josh Marshall on anything to do with Clinton, he does not think straight when it comes to them. Also, Guardian is fairly good newspaper. Indeed for many stories, the UK newspapers are more reliable. US newspapers nowadays are more into creating news rather than reporting them. So that is why you will not see the US news sites reporting until they know for sure that a formal announcement is going to come within 2 hours.
won because of them. My guess is that they ae still pissed off at Clinton not being picked VP and the rather appaling lack of leadership by the Congessional leadership when the Mediapersons like Chris Mathews were attacking Clinto for just being a woman. So they are just taking their frustation out somewhere.
Because he is going to be the President. Since he did not unequivocally say no, there exists a chance he would hvae said yes. Last time I checked, it is the President who has the authority to order the troops into combat (Congress can authorize it, but President may choose not to exercise the authority). A SOS cannot declare war.
We know to a large extent that Clinton was never considered for VP position. The problem here is that these rumors should not be floated (considering the history) if she is not going to be offered the SOS position. I think it will be considered a put-down if after going the whole rigaramole with secret meetings and what-not if she is not offered the SOS position.
then I would love to see the look on the faces of Kerry and Richardson.
But it aint gonna happen and frankly after the whole Clinton-as-VP fiasco, I wish that Obama camp had not gone down this road. Because, if Cliton is not made SOS then that will be taken as
(fairly in my opinion) as another humiliation of Clinton. Frankly, Obama does not need this.