When Hillary Clinton speaks, everyone listens. They listen like they never listened before and then, they listen more. With a critical ear, they listen. They listen to all her words and dissect them like gangly insects sitting on a desk in a biology class waiting to go under the microscope. Hillary Clinton’s critics and her following, alike, hung onto her every word and analyzed those words for whatever they were worth. Those words were worth a lot in terms of money and publicity. This past week, Hillary made many people take notice in a huge, totally new, unplanned and very imaginative way. In an Iowa visit to promote herself, Mrs. Clinton may have taken over the hearts of many with a comment that astounded the masses!
There was quite an interesting controversy with her latest comments that dealt with, “evil men”. What did Hillary mean? This question was out there in the universe. No one quite knowing, leaving them all wondering. If a woman or a man heard the comment, it stuck around in their airwaves like the swirling smoke from the fumes of a public bus with an exhaust system that was in dire need of repair. That comment caused such a fantastic scurry of activity from the public in an attempt for a confirmation on what she meant.
The comment made by Mrs. Clinton will either make the voters laugh or make them cringe. When they think of Hillary they will remember her comment. They will all wonder, what did it mean? Did it mean, how she can deal with “evil men” in general? Did it mean she was referencing some of the not so nice things her husband may have done? It doesn’t matter. She had perfect timing. All eyes are on her now. Mrs. Clinton’s comment was executed excellently.
During her race to become the next President of the United States, Hillary Clinton is not holding back. She is saying what she knows and speaking her mind. Standing firm on the fact that she wants to be the next President, she is insisting that she will be the best candidate for the position, proving quite solidly that she is a contender.
The race for President will go on for some time, but the leg upon which Mrs. Clinton is standing on right now, looks very cozy indeed. She feels she knows enough and is up to handling the job of taking on the Presidency. When she addresses the people and that is what she most definitely did this past week in Iowa, it has been proven that she can be real, unique and solidly intelligent in presenting information to a variety of people and she does so in a charismatic way, too.
When Hillary Clinton speaks, she captures the true essence of life, by embracing the humor of it. Whether it be what the masses wanted to hear or not, Hillary says it. Her words hit a chord in a lot of people and everyone took note. They took note like they never did before and they laughed. They just laughed.
In the running to be the next President, with all the people stepping up to the plate, there are certain liabilities that Hillary will face, but one of those liablities is out of the picture now. Hillary Clinton has shown that she can make a joke, laugh with others, be real and then get back to business all within a couple of minutes. That is a definite, competent adult ready to run for the President’s position and she has a solid chance of getting there.
When Hillary Clinton presented herself in this way she exhibited charisma. There was a mix of humor, integrity and gumption on her part. She had the desire to express humanity and even with all the struggles, power and politics that she is and will be emerged in, she did so. Now, her competitors will have to come to the plate, match it and shoot and score and at the same time keep them laughing, too.