Well. all I can say, is that if I were a good friend of Hilary, it would be top of my list to organise an intervention for her. She needs to be sat down and spoken to very straightly about how her present behaviour is not at all helpful to the Democratic Party and it's future success.
On a personal level, yes she has as much right to talk about her life if people want to hear it, but as the person who lost the election to the current president her continued vocal dislike of the winner is pitiful and frankly embarrassing to watch. She kept saying that she didn't score well in the voting with white women, but gave no clear reason as to why that was so.
If she was the one responsible for her wardrobe, she needs to fire herself.
You don't choose a garment that needs to stay buttoned up, not when you intend to spend the time seated. It undermined her attempt at a cool and collected appearance. Especially when her movement made the garment rise up and threaten to conceal the neck piece she chose... though that really didn't need to be there either.
The above critique on her clothing might sound unnecessary, but it's really all about presentation. If you want to wear a suit, do it up if standing and unbutton if seated ... it's common sense.
Pretty much. It's like she deserved the job because "entitlement".
Sometimes she seems like America's answer to Kevin Rudd.
Lordy Rybags :P ... surely you meant to say Tony Abbott.