Clinton hasn’t spoken much publicly about the impending birth of her first grandchild, but Friday, that’s how she anchored her argument.
“I’ve been thinking a lot about family, because as you know, I’m on grand-baby watch. And I think a lot about this new member of our family and what he or she can look forward to,” Clinton said.
“The Democratic Party is at its best, just like America is at its best, when we rally behind a very simple but powerful idea: family.”
How can she call it a “grandbaby” if it isn’t here yet? Aren’t the Democrats the ones always telling us that it’s not a baby until it’s born. Hillary really needs to get on message here.
Sure, if the kid can survive the womb gauntlet the pro-abortion Democrats have created, then it is all about family, right?
Clinton is setting up the narrative for 2016. It is obvious she is going to lead with the “War On Women” nonsense, despite the fact that leaning on her more-hawkish-than-Obama foreign policy credentials might serve her better by the time 2016 rolls around. However, the focus on the former will enable her to play the gender card every time she feels put upon, which will be always.