Not This Time
I thought I was done writing about the election, but this was irresistible. I was in my local drug store when I saw it: "Madam President," a "Special Commemorative Edition" of Newsweek, celebrating "Hillary Clinton's Historic Journey to the White House."
I picked up a copy before they took it back.
I'm not one for schadenfreude, but this document is too fascinating to leave alone. Let me share the titles of some of the articles:
"No First Housewife"
"Letting Hillary Be Hillary"
"She's A Lady!--When Hillary Clinton launched her candidacy, America was ready for its first woman president."
"Sharing The White House"
"What The Primaries Taught Us"
"A Night Of Firsts"
"Debating Donald--Struggling against the strangest candidate in American history, Hillary showed her expertise."
"Hillary: The Human--One of Hillary Clinton's most brilliant campaigning moves was simply telling her story."
Maybe I should put the edition in a wrapper. Who knows how much a mint condition will be worth in a few years?
PS I went back to the drug store today. This special edition was no longer available. I should have bought every copy on display when I had the chance. They would have made great Christmas gifts.