HOT BLAST: Another Clintonian third way?
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Former President Bill Clinton campaigns for Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe last weekend in Dale City, Va. (AP Photo/Molly Riley)
Former President Bill Clinton campaigns for Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe last weekend in Dale City, Va. (AP Photo/Molly Riley)
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File this one under "Import, if true." From The Washington Post:

In recent stump speeches and policy remarks, Bill and Hillary Clinton have offered sharp criticisms of the partisan gridlock paralyzing Washington, signaling a potential 2016 campaign theme if Hillary Clinton chooses to run for president.

The Clintons’ critiques in recent days have been explicitly aimed at congressional Republicans, who helped spur a 16-day government shutdown and potential debt default in October. But their remarks also seem to contain an implicit rebuke of President Obama’s failure to change Washington as he pledged when first running for the White House.

The arguments suggest a way that Hillary Clinton could attempt to run in 2016 as an agent of change — potentially putting her at odds with the two-term Democrat she would be seeking to replace.
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