Hopefully Americans are seeing her for what she really is now.
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In electoral politics, familiarity often breeds comfort. The more recognizable a politician is the more likely that politician can expect to enjoy a certain level of support from among his or her constituency. But when familiarity descends into overexposure it can constitute the tipping point upon which a politician’s appeal begins to wane.
But the tepid response Mrs. Clinton has received to some of her more recent attempts to generate publicity and support points to a public less inspired by the sui generis of her candidacy and instead growing tired of the omnipresent and clichéd Clinton dynasty.
The release of Mrs. Clinton’s much ballyhooed autobiography, Hard Choices, was expected to generate not only tremendous sales but also initiate a favorable public discourse highlighting her own, self perceived personal and political accomplishments.