Hillary Clinton's book, "Living History" is without question a cleverly-crafted third step in her campaign for president. But her true primary colors will not be revealed until she either captures or loses the prize at the expense of others.
Indeed, as Martha Stewart's "Living" can now painfully attest: no matter how important and powerful you think you are, a stumble and fall in the wrong direction can be dangerously leveling, if not humbling.
Though Martha Stewart may be directly on her way to the poor house and/or the jail house, and Hillary Clinton may be using her incredulous hype for a return trip to the White House as number One, they're strikingly similar. [Edited out: Dishonest caterers and devious manipulators who runover little people, or anyone who gets in their way, without breaking stride.]
Certainly, they're no different than anyone else bent on living and dying by the unforgiving swords of money and politics. However, there is something obviously distinguishable between entrepreneur, Stewart and lawyer/politician, Clinton. Stewart produces something.
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