President Hillary Clinton?

The endless yearning for President Hillary Clinton is growing tiresome, Jonathan Capehart writes in a blog entry at the Washington Post.

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In a blog entry at the Washington Post, Jonathan Capehart issues a wakeup call to daydreamers longing for Hillary Clinton to emerge as a candidate in the 2012 presidential race. Using her words, he says she has "below zero" interest in the job.

Here we go again. More useless what-if daydreaming about WWHHD: “what would Hillary have done” if she were president. This week's if-only-thon is courtesy of a Bloomberg poll showing 34 percent of those surveyed believe things would be better in the United States if she were president instead of Barack Obama.

What more must the current secretary of state do to convince folks that she has "below zero" interest in trying to trade her Foggy Bottom office for the Oval Office?

Read Jonathan Capehart's entire blog entry at the Washington Post.

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