Hillary thinks she talks to Eleanor Roosevelt and now compares herself to Jeanette Rankin, a Montana "republican" who screwed the Republican party by voting for union rights at a time when unions were incredibly corrupt and violent and twice voted to give Germany free reign to terrorize the world. The second time, in 1941, Rankin thought Roosevelt had conspired to force Japan to attack Pearl Harbor, no doubt an early vast right wing conspiracy of neo con Jews wanting war profits.
Wait, maybe she is Jeanette Rankin.
Clinton invokes legend of Montana female trailblazer
Hillary Rodham Clinton is hoping to channel the legend of Montana's female trailblazer who in 1916 became the first woman ever elected to Congress.
Clinton gave another nod to her status as the only female candidate in the field. She said it takes her much longer to prepare for a day on the campaign trail than her opponents. She said, "I think I should get points for what I do, plus having to spend so much time getting ready."
Getting points for getting ready? Is she a candidate or a ditzy star talking to a tabloid?