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This alliterative line was a speechwriter's gem but largely untrue.Clinton could show leadership if she defied political pressure from her party's base and helped Obama pass a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement that she knows is in America's economic and foreign-policy interest.Clinton chose a political cop-out during a news conference Monday. Clinton's political expediency becomes more striking when you look at Bush's willingness to challenge the Republican Party faithful. Bush was admirably unpolitical in May 31 comments on the CBS program "Face the Nation," one of his last major interviews before his announcement. Bush is also willing to say the unsayable on Social Security reform. This is one of the third-rail issues in American politics, but Bush said he favored raising the retirement age. Bush and Clinton share the dual asset and liability of being familiar brand names. If your name is Bush or Clinton, trying to reinvent yourself isn't a convincing campaign strategy.
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