It SOUNDS Silly?

Only sounds?

Is the length of Hillary’s ever-changing hairstyle a litmus test for a presidential run?

It sounds silly, but Sneed has been suggesting for years the state of Hillary Clinton’s hairdo may indicate just that.

◆ To wit: During Hillary’s run for the U.S. Senate from New York and her subsequent bid for the presidency, her hair was short, close-cropped and serious.

“No hair out of place,” said a Hillary source — contrary to the trendy hairstyles she wore when she was first lady.

There's no money for journalism, and the Internet is killing it anyway. 

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3 thoughts on “It SOUNDS Silly?

  1. pansypoo says:

    gerbilism.

  2. Kaleberg says:

    Back in the 1990s, I created the Maria Bartiromo “Hairdex”, an index of stock market exuberance based on the derangemetn of Maria Bartiromo’s hair. The problem was that in the 1990s, it was impossible not to make money on the market. MB could do whatever she wanted with her hair, but the market would go up.
    I haven’t been following Hilary Clinton’s hair, but I get the impression we’ve got a similar effect. I’m not a big fan of Hilary Clinton. If nothing else, where’s the Clinton Act? Where’s the Clinton commission. Her congressional career was, to say the least, lackluster. It will take more than hair gloss to make up for that.

  3. thebewilderness says:

    This is a longstanding journamalistic tradition. Predicting presidential runs by hair length. The first time I was aware of it was when the pundits spent one of the Sunday shows discussing how soon Gary Hart needed to get his hair cut if he planned to run. It was bizarre.

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