who knew ?? really
that these 2 would find each other
all u need is an ocean, some sand and some bathing suits
Peggy Noonan sums it grandly referencing the "interview" of the 2 lovebirds
60 Minutes clearly has joined Team Obama
Peggy says it much better than I ....... and she's spot on
some pearls for the believers - with Peggy asking the questions instead of Steve "i have a bulge in my pants" Kroft
Mr. President, does your foreign policy really come out of the White House, even out of its political office, and not the State Department? Has the department's ability to formulate policy and be a player in terms of the development of grand strategy been diminished? Her first year in office Mrs. Clinton looked like someone who'd been put on a plane and told to do interviews on "Good Morning Manila" about how she met Bill. What do you say?and Peggy sums it up nicelyMrs. Clinton, some think you held your tongue, made the best of a bad situation, worked the areas you could, moved forward on issues of particular concern like women's rights; that you dummied up on Benghazi, demolished your congressional critics in one masterly day of testimony, and now have been rewarded for your loyalty and discretion with a joint presidential interview that amounts to an anointment for 2016. Can you comment?"
There is nothing wrong with being a declared liberal or conservative and conducting a sympathetic interview with a political figure who shares your views. Such interviews have their place and can be useful: a nondefensive, nonwary president elaborates on his thoughts, or commits accidental candor.But Mr. Kroft is a reporter whose job it is to be impartial and nonpartisan, and who works for a towering journalistic institution, "60 Minutes."
People like him are supposed to approach political figures with no fear or favor.
Their job is to grill. What are they afraid of?