I have to say that I find the idea that Hillary Clinton has been "vetted" and thus we can expect "no surprises" in terms of damaging campaign information to be pretty unconvincing. For one thing, public opinion of HIllary Clinton has bounced around a fair amount over the past ten years and it could keep on bouncing.

But more to the point, this almost seems like a calculated effort to bait me in bringing up things I really don't want to bring up. Are we, after all, sure that there are no more "surprises" lurking in Bill Clinton's sex life? That everyone in America remembers the full details of Clinton's midnight pardons? There's tawdry BS to be dragged up on everyone -- she's no exception and shouldn't be pretending that she is.

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