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Monday, September 22, 2014

CNN: Bill Clinton drops grandchild hint

I got stuck on CNN this morning. Not because this media had the best and most current headlines; I think the majority of the news sites have. My lingering was mainly due to the eyebrow-raising and curiosity-piquing headlines.

Take the one in the title of this post. I honestly don't know what to think of that. There are usually a couple of reasons why someone would drop hints of that kind. The first one could be someone doesn't want to give away the farm. The second one could be the person in question doesn't like the idea of becoming a grandparent.

Either way, he can drop the hint as much as he likes, as long as he doesn't drop the baby once it arrives. Something is keeping the Clintons busy though. What other reason would there be for bringing up CNN: Hillary Clinton's fall to-do list to? I can't help but wonder what all is on her agenda.

I sure hope Hillary is more careful with her future grandchild than with most things she has been able to accomplish or lay her hands on. This wouldn't be something she can simply sweep under the carpet. In this case though, she can safely point her finger.

And Blame Chelsea!



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