Most relationships between presidents and vice presidents dissolve because of the pressure of the office, as was the case with George W. You start to wonder if you matter that much. That is the job of the vice president, and Biden did it well. But it could end up costing him the presidency, the ultimate prize that he has already tried twice, in vain, to win. I interviewed Biden last fall in his downtown Washington, D. He and his small staff took up half a floor of a barren corporate office building. With the exception of some framed photos of his wife and kids there was little evidence a former vice president worked there.
Subscriber Account active since. In those three decades, Clinton has gone from one of the country's most divisive political figures to one of its most beloved. Senator and presidential candidate, Clinton navigated policy battles, scandal, and five campaigns, breaking down gender barriers at each step. She endured our ridicule over her fashion choices and our judgement over her marriage, facing down her critics with humor and steely resolve. She exits Foggy Bottom today with sky-high approval ratings and a cadre of loyal fans who are ready to spring into action should she decide to run for president again in But even if Clinton never returns to politics, her legacy is already established as the most bad-ass chick in Washington. And you know, if that's not enough for people, then heck, don't vote for him. For you. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options. Get the Insider App.
The future First Couple looking rad at Yale Law School, where they met in 1971.
In " The Simpsons Already Did It ", a news broadcast showed a photograph of Clinton, with the anchorman saying that her "ass just keeps getting bigger. She appears again in " The Snuke " and portrayed as a driven individual, who will "not be bullied by terrorist threats". However, she discovers there is a Snuke in her vagina. Her fate is unresolved until " " and " " where she is one of the celebrities suing the town, and questions Tom Cruise about the possibility of their careers being ruined.
PUMA's stated beliefs were that the Democratic Party leadership chose Obama undemocratically despite the desires of Democratic voters,  and that Obama was unfairly advantaged by the ruling by the Rules and Bylaws Committee on seating Florida and Michigan delegates. PUMA members pointed to charges that the media directed sexism and misogyny at Clinton during the primary campaign and expressed anger at Democratic Party leaders' failure to speak against it or otherwise respond appropriately. PUMA's protest actions during the election took several forms, including encouraging a Clinton write-in campaign for the general election , voting for no presidential candidate, and supporting other candidates such as Obama's Republican opponent, Senator John McCain. Many PUMA advocates are part of the blogosphere and use it for organization, advocacy and viral communication. PUMA advocated for an open convention in which Clinton's name would be placed in nomination and her delegates allowed to vote for her. Darragh Murphy, executive director of PUMA PAC, created the organization in June ,  saying that her website's immediate goal was "to let the party know, let the leadership know that millions and millions of us are not going to support Obama, that we believe the nomination process was flawed beyond belief, that it was unfair and biased. Obama must lose, and his supporters must be purged. Millions of voters are still very unhappy. We're going to still be here on November 5.