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November 24, 2008



Clinton might not be the lock everybody thinks. The Constitution says that Legislators can't take posts if that post got a raise in the past year (Article One, Section Six). Since the Cabinet did get raises, hers would be an unconstitutional nomination. Though you never know with our Congress, which passed an economic bill (the Bailout) that actually originated in the Senate (a huge Constitutional no-no), she might still be a hard sell on those grounds.

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