Ray Lytle

The GOP is going out of their way to make Hillary likable

Pregnant Chelsea Clinton joins her mother Hilary Clinton onstage at the Clinton Foundation's No Ceilings: The Full Participation ProjectFeaturing: Chelsea Clinton,Hillary Rodham ClintonWhere: New York, New York, United StatesWhen: 17 Apr 2014Credit: Dennis Van Tine/Future Image/WENN.com**Not available in Germany, Poland, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Serbia, Croatia, Slovakia**Karl Rove is at it again. It was revealed that Rove is the creator of the whisper that’s been going around Washington DC that Hillary Clinton suffered brain damage. The rumor of course started spreading everywhere and now has gone national. The only problem with it is that nobody for one second believes that the woman has brain damage. What they do believe is that poor Hillary Clinton is being picked on again. With latest polling showing that most independent voters believe the Republican Benghazi hearings are simply a witch hunt to discredit Hillary Clinton this is simply the latest reason people are saying poor Hillary. Think about it, Monica Lewinsky kicks up 15 year old dirt to embarrass her just a mere couple of weeks ago, now Karl Rove is saying she has brain damage. The Republicans with the hearings and Roves comments and fox news fascination with taking shots at her every chance they get has done something that most people in 2008 never thought would be possible. They have successfully turned Hillary Clinton into a sympathetic figure. This was a woman who when running against Barack Obama had a likability factor was so low she was one of the most sympathetic people in american politics. Now thanks to the perception that the republicans have been picking on her non stop she might just be the most sympathetic political character alive today which I’m pretty sure was never the intention of the party who will have to find a candidate to run against her in 2016.

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