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Friday, 1 February 2013
Clinton "Confident About The Direction We Have Set"
Married, after all, to a cheat and charmer who has always been a supreme Confidence Man, Hillary Clinton is brimming with another kind of confidence herself. Leaving the State Department, she told a crowd of cheering acolytes that she was, is "confident about the direct that we have set." 
Query: Is that direction in the direction of the Right Side Of History?

Clinton leaves State 'confident about the direction that we have set'
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By Michael O'Brien, Political Reporter, NBC News. Follow @mpoindc. Updated 4:32 p.m. - Hillary Rodham Clinton left the State Department on Friday"confident about the direction that we have set," handing off the secretary of state's job to former Sen.
Posted on 02/01/2013 4:42 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
1 Feb 2013
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Clinton is no doubt the finest secretary of state the US has ever had, one step removed from the messiah himself. You all heard her, the world is now a safer place.  But a mere five minutes out  of office, according to Clinton's comment on the Istanbul bombing, the world is complex and dangerous. Just five minutes without her firm grip on the rudder of state and the ship is headed for the reef.

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