Not a team player? Excuse me, but you HAVE to be a team player in the Senate. She IS a team player in the New York delegation, she WAS a team player from June to November for Barack Obama. Give me a break.
You're comparing what Richardson did for NM as a Governor to what Clinton did for NY as a Senator? Nevermind the economy of New York (did I mention it is 14 times larger than New Mexico) and the issues of New York are vastly different that NM.
Politico is reporting that Clinton has three lawyers assisting with her and Bill's vetting. Something tells me if she was not serious about the job, she would not be serious about the vetting. So, this report that she may be torn may be a way to get more leverage in bargaining the nuts and bolts of the job, i.e. Deputies, Ambassadors etc.
But what if Iran could make a weapon within 10 years. They can enrich uranium. That's the first part in a very complicated process. Remember, the U.S. is trying to prevent the U.S. from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Boy, even I don't think Appleby is a prick and we have had our fair share of disagreements on foreign policy and defense. Appleby is just too damn smart. It does not mean we can't beat him at his own game.
Clinton is a team player. She is a team player in the Senate. She does not upstage anyone. She was a team player for Obama on the campaign trail and she is a team player in the NY delegation. I don't see why she won't be a team player in the Obama Administration.
Read the Huffington Post. EVERY comment is negative. Overall though, I see positive reactions to this possible appointment. On Republican sites, I have seen some reserve and some hate, but a good portion is fairly positive.
I read this on the Guardian, but I still have doubts here. I'm going to wait for an American paper, or journalist to report that Obama has offered and Clinton has accepted the job. I expect her to accept if offered, but there is no confirmation.