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Clinton Versus Her Past in the Presidential Debates

J.T. Young, The American Spectator

Clinton is like a famous actress. We have seen her countless times in every conceivable production. She is the epitome of a star. Her star power has allowed her to get every role, feeding on itself and propelling her ever upward. But at some point, such star power becomes its own curse. Eventually we no longer see the character she is playing, we only see her. She superimposes herself on the role. And we become conscious of her acting.