Jan Moir asks in the Telegraph, Who Does Hillary Think She's Fooling?
Only a few days have passed since Hillary Clinton announced she is running for president, but already it is clear that much forbearance will be required from us all in the long months ahead. This is not just because Mrs Clinton has started wearing ominous pastels and smiling a lot, or appeared to enjoy a joke apparently about her husband's sexcapades in the White House — although these things do, of course, matter. No, what is so lowering about Hillary and her rush for power is the merciless, unapologetic, chisel-eyed way she has pursued her presidential ambitions over the past few years, and her blatant attempt to make over her naturally acrid persona into something that American voters might find palatable.
Even from an ocean away it makes painful viewing, like watching someone trying to fold a balloon into a matchbox, or form a rounded human being out of leftover ectoplasm and a Martha Stewart wig.
Read the whole thing.
The truth is that a good portion of the electorate was, politically speaking, just born yesterday. Another fresh-faced batch turns 18 every day. In January 2001, when Clinton left the White House, they were only 12 years old.
To the naive and the foolish, Hillary Clinton is whatever she pretends to be.