FWIW: Hillary Clinton Crushing GOP Rivals on Facebook, Twitter

The former Secretary of State is a big deal on social networks.

The new white iPhone 4 is displayed at the Apple store April 28, 2011 in Palo Alto, California. The long awaited white iPhone, first announced in June of 2010, went on sale worldwide for the first time today.

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For today's politicians, the medium and the message go hand in hand like never before. A candidate who hones her social media skills has a much better chance at controlling the media narrative of a campaign, and reaching the electorate directly, than one who does not. By this metric, Hillary Clinton would appear way out front of her potential GOP rivals in a prospective 2016 match up. 

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