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Message Subject Hillary Clinton: 'Obviously' I can beat Trump 'again'
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Hillary: How can we miss you when you won't go away?
By JOHN KASS | SEP 06, 2017

(Chicago Tribune) - ...She's spent all her life in Democratic politics and had to clean up Bill's bimbo-eruptions; and later, with the presidency within her grasp, she had the race card played against her by Barack Obama in 2008.

And this past election, after hauling in bushels of cash from corporate interests, she was accused of greed by socialist Bernie Sanders.

So after all that pain they put her through, wouldn't you think the Democrats would feel guilt over how she was treated?

You'd think they'd reconsider, honor her, and praise her and say, perhaps, that Hillary should keep a high public profile because, well, 2020 is right around the corner and you just never know.

But that's not the vibe I'm getting from Democrats.

The vibe I'm getting is that Democrats wish someone would just lock her in the basement indefinitely. Not in a cold, damp, dark cellar exactly, but locked in a basement — perhaps one with carpeting and high windows — that she can't climb out of.

And they'd keep her down there, alone, telling stories to herself, babbling away while staring into a mirror, her eyes growing wide as she speaks of what might have been and laughs that sardonic laugh.

They want her out of sight and out of mind.

"She's just got to go away," said a liberal fellow, representative of many Americans suffering from Hillary fatigue, blaming her for losing to Trump and hoping she disappears. "Just go away, Hillary."

Go away? You dare tell Hillary Clinton to go away?...

What the Democratic Party needs is a theme song to deal with all its Hillary anxiety.

And this one, from Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks, is perfect:

"How can I miss you when you won't go away?/ Keep telling you day after day/ But you won't listen, you always stay and stay/ How can I miss you when you won't go away?"

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