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During Bill Clinton's recent visit in support of KY candidate, he should've reiterated "case for a transcendent rural America," a philanthropic possibility.

"Bill Clinton isn’t a candidate for anything anymore, except perhaps for post-presidential philanthropist for all eternity, and his partner Hillary Rodham Clinton isn’t an official candidate for anything—yet. But the former president is a valuable political commodity and was scheduled to show up in Hazard, Kentucky on Wednesday as a show of support for Alison Lundergan Grimes, the Democratic candidate running against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Dee Davis, the publisher of the Daily Yonder, wrote to ask whether 'the Big Dog' might use his time in visiting the coal fields of Kentucky 'to say something that matters more than who gets elected.'” -- Rick Cohen, the Nonprofit Quarterly

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