For Hillary Rodham Clinton, what's next?

  • Article by: JODI KANTOR , New York Times
  • Updated: December 8, 2012 - 6:45 PM

Hillary Rodham Clinton appears to have limitless options, but they may hinge on her decision for 2016.

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callmeronDec. 8, 12 8:25 PM

"You're one of the most famous women on Earth and you're jobless for the first time in two decades." I didn't know being the wife of a governor and president was a job. Oh, I forgot: Hillary Clinton got a big promotion to partner of her law firm when her husband became governor and a seat on the board of directors of Wal-Mart, too. I guess riding your husband's coattails can be considered a job by some.

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paulskiDec. 8, 12 9:32 PM

callmeron, how about being the most effective Sec of st since Henry K! How about being a very effective Senator. She;s not using anyone's coat tails.

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thepointDec. 8, 12 9:38 PM

This is like the joke someone told about Brett Favre's wife standing in for him because she had been sleeping with him and getting quaterback skills by osmosis. Hillary is a hanger-on,...to Bubba's success.

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crystalbayDec. 8, 1210:41 PM

HIllary will take some much-deserved time off to recover from a job which has been just as stressful as the presidency, then will run for the highest office in 2016. I'd love to see Corey Booker run as veep. Regardless of the #2 slot, she will easily win the White House, IMO. To those who view this woman of incredible accomplishment and wisdom as "riding Bill's coattails", balderdash!

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probsolverDec. 9, 12 3:48 AM

She has done a commendable job as SOS. Seems to have either moderated her positions on issues or maybe just not vocalized them as of late.

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greg62Dec. 9, 12 6:12 AM

Hopefully retirement is next for Mrs. Clinton.

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bizsmithDec. 9, 12 6:27 AM

I think it is a good thing she lost to Obama. She has been more effective on the world scene than O can ever be. At least he was smart enough to see this.

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Jakein08Dec. 9, 12 7:33 AM

From 2016-2024 she will have a job, and a new residence called the White House. The GOP will not win the Presidency again for a very long time. They are to busy voting down disability treaties, introducing legislation and then fillibustering that same legislation, and threatening their own members with primaries to be considered a viable party these days.

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jrnorineDec. 9, 12 7:54 AM

Well, she did do a nice cover-up on Benghazi, I must admit. Nobody knows the real story there 3 months after the fact. Enough of the Clintons....and the Bushes.

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fooledmeonceDec. 9, 12 8:51 AM

ambassadors will be sleeping better at night real soon, there was no excuse for what happened

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