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Thursday, June 24, 2004

Bill Clinton, My Life, page 183, on his early views of Hillary's politics:
What I liked about her politics was that, like me, she was both idealistic and practical. She wanted to change things, and she knew that doing so required persistent effort. She was as tired as I was of our side getting beat and treating defeat as evidence of moral virtue and superiority.

Reminds me of Ben Folds Five's "Fair": I'm lonely and I'm right.

(the preceding post was a gift to a special someone who's getting her wisdom teeth out this weekend)


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