Hilary clinton

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When given the option to choose whichever candidate that is running for 2008 presidency of the United States, I was drawn to Senator Hillary Clinton, but not because I wanted her to win. Mrs.Clinton peaked my interest because, in my mind, I saw her as a typical former First Lady of America. First Ladies did not usually get involved in any real politics. From what I’ve seen, they just try toturn themselves into the “perfect” president’s wife. Their only burner is worrying about keeping their husband’s public image clean. They portray themselves as polite, delicate, and caring women,always with a smile and the perfect conservative outfit. We never hear their opinions, and we never get to see their true personality. That is why I was curious to find out what Hillary Clinton had tooffer.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is the first female in the country running for president. This devoted advocate was born on October 26, 1947 in Chicago Illinois. A brilliant student, whograduated with honors, Clinton became interested in politics at a very young age. She studied at Yale Law School where she first became involved with children’s issues; and 4 years later married anotherYale student, Bill Clinton, and years later, she became the First Lady of the United States. At that time, she initiated the best accomplishment of her life, the adoption and safe families act; buther active role began when the President asked her to chair the Task Force on National Health Care Reform. This current Senatorof New York supports women rights and children’s welfare and is a strong democratic candidate for the presidency of 2008.
Hilary Clinton beganher interest to help children at a young age. She developed her special concern for protecting the best interest of children when she was studying at Yale law school. Clinton served as an attorney...
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