Hong Kong (CNN) - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday she was confident a deal will be struck to avert a looming debt government default in the United States, despite weekend talks between the country's two parties ending in stalemate.
"The political wrangling in Washington is intense right now," she told delegates at a meeting of business leaders in Hong Kong at the end of a marathon diplomatic tour.
Lets start calling this woman and beg her to run for President again. It's got to be better than Obama and I know she can beat him.
I'm glad you're optimistic Madam Secretary, but many of us are not. We are being held hostage by the teabaggers and the entire GOBP. I'm afraid to look at my Roth IRA. The tactics being used by the republican regime are downright treasonous.
When will Vice President Biden and Secretary Clinton swap jobs? Wait for the Obama/Clinton 2012 campaign.