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Chicago Sun Timesgood editorialNew York TimesMark Leibovich
And then, for t-h-i-r-t-e-e-n paragraphs, the piece deconstructed the candidate's head movements. Yes, head movements. "Mrs. Clinton is a prodigious nodder . . . in an array of distinctive flavors . . . the stern, deferential nod . . . the empathetic, lips pursed nod . . . the squinty, disbelieving nod . . . the blushing nod."
"I'm not a psychiatrist," she declared, "so I don't know all the reasons behind their concern, some would say obsession, with Saddam Hussein." There is a larger lesson here, girls. "You've got to be willing to talk to bad people," she said. "Sometimes you just have to deal with people you don't agree with."
GirlsSacha Zimmerman