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Feb 04, 2008

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Dustin

I'll just say this: It's not that women (or men) can't cry in general, it's that in Hillary Clinton's 30 year public life, she's never cried before. Not once, to my recollection, dating back to her Arkansas days. And suddenly, after 30 years, she grows tear ducts the day before the two biggest elections of her life? It's calculated. And that saddens me.

NBlack

Point taken.

But, as devil's advocate I'd suggest that maybe this particular run is more emotional than others have been--and more stressful.

Her first cry didn't go over so well, so why cry again if it was a calculated effort?

But, you may be right.

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