Is this the ending of Hillary Clinton's politicial life?

Hillary Clinton - Hillary Clinton photo
@youless (84924)
Guangzhou, China
January 1, 2013 9:05pm CST
Hillary Clinton was sent to the hospital because of the blood clot. Somewhat I even think that she can be the first female President of USA one day. But now this healthy problem sounds to be serious. I wonder whether this will be the ending of her political life. The health situation can have an effect on your career.
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@julyteen (13265)
• Davao, Philippines
2 Jan 13
We will see what happen to her after few days or months if she can recover from the situation she is facing now. I like her because of her contribution to different countries that she visited. Our country is one of the lucky one she visited last 2 years. She shared more ideas to our nations economy.
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Jan 13
I also like her since she is a strong and independent woman.
@julyteen (13265)
• Davao, Philippines
5 Jan 13
Hope she will recover from sickness soonest possible, she is a big help to every country specially to USA
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
15 Jan 13
I think health wise she will be ok. However, her running for President in 2016 is a bit unlikely even though I would love it. She will be 70 years old in 2016 and I just have a feeling she will not be wanting this at that age. I think she would want to be enjoying her life and not have the United States problems on her shoulders.
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jan 13
You are right.
@wolfie34 (26881)
• United Kingdom
4 Jan 13
Sad to say no matter who you are, how famous you are, how much money you have or the position you have anyone can be struck down with health problems. Hopefully it will just be a small glitch in her political career and she can pull through.
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Jan 13
Yes, the money can't buy the health.
@dandan07 (1908)
• China
3 Jan 13
Without healthy body, even strong person can do things successfully. To be a stateman, I think health is the basic quality. So to Hillary, it may be quite hard for her, but it is really the time for her to consider to give up her responsibility to the country and go back to her home for her own life. To say the truth, I like her.
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Jan 13
I like her, too.
@KrauseHome (32390)
• United States
3 Jan 13
Yes, there are many of us out there wondering the same thing as well. It is sad to see something like this happen to someone like her. I love what she has done as a person and would gladly vote for her if she does run in 4 yrs. The speculation was that is why she left the other job. But only time can tell now with her health what happens from here.
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Jan 13
It seems that many people like her.
• China
2 Jan 13
I didn't know that you were into politics, youless. As to Hillary, I have heard that she pretended ill to avoid being present in a meeting. You know how complicated politics is.
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Jan 13
Hard to believe to this news, is it a rumor?
@zandi458 (27954)
• Malaysia
2 Jan 13
With her present condition I really don't think she is fit to to run for public office. She should be more concern of her health than the welfare of the country.
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Jan 13
So wait for some time and see whether her situation can get better.
@williamjisir (22909)
• China
2 Jan 13
I also read that Hilary Cliton will probably run for the next round of presidential election and might win the election. If she could win, she would be the first American president, but now her health status is worrysome. Since America is medically advanced, there should be no problem for her to get recovered after some time of treatment. Take care, youless.
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Jan 13
Let's wait and see.
@dodoazo (6606)
• Philippines
2 Jan 13
Nobody could predict of one's life like this one of Hilary Clinton. If her health could be affected seriously, I think this is the end of her political career. I know it is the one who is above that is planning for Hilary's future. What do you think?
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@youless (84924)
• Guangzhou, China
3 Jan 13
Today I just know that she is already 65 years old. If her health can't recover better, perhaps it is time for her to get retired.