Her jokes are getting funnier and her math is getting fuzzier. That seems to be the path that Hillary Clinton is traveling as she prepares for her 2016 presidential campaign with her latest sound bite from the pre-campaign trail.
“Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and business that create jobs.” she said to a friendly audience supporting Martha Coakley’s gubernatorial campaign.
She then went on to attack the concept of trickle down economics. When neither statements drew applause of agreement, she resorted to a joke about her husband bringing arithmetic to Washington DC, which drew the intended laughs and changed the subject quickly.
There is no clear course for her campaign at this point. As the far left looks for someone more liberal and the right still attaches Benghazi and other failures to her name, she seems to be positioning herself to achieve something her husband had mastered before and during his terms. She’s trying to be likable.
Here’s the video: