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Hillary’s Office Web Site Hasn’t Changed Since February 2013

It’s going to be fascinating to watch Hillary Clinton attempt to run for president without saying anything controversial:

Hillary Clinton did not comment on the Keystone XL pipeline Monday while speaking before a conservation group that is strongly opposed to the plan. During a 15-minute speech, Clinton spoke about the importance of green technology, the problems surrounding natural gas drilling and the fact that climate change exists and needs to be addressed more forcefully. But at no point did Clinton address the 1,179-mile-long project that would move oil from Canada to refineries in the United States at the League of Conservation Voters’ New York dinner.

Her official office web site continues to consist entirely of a picture of her and a contact e-mail:

Her office site — which HillaryClinton.com redirects to — has not changed since February 5, 2013.

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