Hillary Clinton, '69, spent part of Thursday at Wellesley College talking up the "two feet" rule.
"We had to observe then what was called the 'two-feet rule': that meant two out of four feet had to be on the floor at all times. Try it sometime."
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While the former first lady was feeling nostalgic at her alma mater, what she calls the "All Boys Club of Presidential Politics" kept after her.
Indicative of her still murky position, some went after her for backing Eliot Spitzer's controversial plan to give driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
"I never thought I'd see Hillary Clinton get pinned down and have to answer a controversial question," Fred Thompson said in Las Vegas.
But while Thompson was hammering her on Sean Hannity's program for "taking 12 hours to come up with the wrong answer for America," the Edwards camp maintained that she still hadn't answered the question.
"Forty-eight hours after the debate, we have lots of excuses, but we still don't have a yes or no answer to a yes or no question," said Edwards communications director Chris Kofini. "That's not the 'politics of piling on,' it's the politics of parsing."
For his part, Mitt Romney obliquely tried to extend his criticism of Clinton to Rudy Giuliani, who opposes Spitzer's plan but welcomed undocumented workers to New York as mayor, by ripping into what Romney called a "sanctuary state of mind among liberals" that "needs to be stopped."
On Friday, five Democratic '08ers -- Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Chris Dodd, Dennis Kucinich, and Mike Gravel --appear before 22 of the leading disability organizations which are gathering in New Hampshire. John McCain will participate in the forum, which is being hosted by Granite State Independent Living, by phone.
Giuliani comes to Washington, D.C.'s Phoenix Park Hotel, for an 11:00 am ET endorsement from someone other than Norm Coleman, who endorsed the former New York mayor on Thursday. Giuliani then heads to New Hampshire.
Bill Richardson delivers a policy address to veterans and military families in Davenport, Iowa one day after being endorsed by former Chrysler CEO Lee Iacocca. Watch it: LINK
--9:30 am ET: Speaks at the Granite State Independent Living National Forum on equality, opportunity and access, Manchester, NH
--12:00pm ET: Meets with New Hampshire supporters after filing candidacy papers, Concord, NH
--3:00 pm ET: Speaks to voters in New Hampshire at Sophie and Zeke's restaurant, Claremont, NH
--2:00 pm ET: Attends a Clarendon County community gathering, Manning, SC
--6:00 pm ET: Attends the NAACP Freedom Fund dinner, Sumter, SC
--7:00 pm ET: Attends the Greenville NAACP Freedom Fund dinner, Greenville, SC
--12:00 pm ET: Attends Franklin County event with local Democrats, Hampton, IA
--2:25 pm ET: Attends Wright County event with local Democrats, Eagle Grove, IA
--4:45 pm ET: Attends Kossuth County event, Algona, IA
--9:00pm ET: Attends a Cerro Gordo County event with locals, Mason City, IA
-- 10:45 am ET: Holds a town hall meeting, Cheraw, SC
--2:45 pm ET: Joins actor Danny Glover for a community tour, Rock Hill, SC
--2:45 pm ET: Attends community meeting, Knoxville, IA
--6:00 pm ET: Attends community meeting, Newton, IA
--9:00 am ET: Appears live on New Hampshire public radio "The Exchange with Laura Knoy"
--10:30 am ET: Speaks at the Granite State Independent Living National Forum on equality, opportunity and access, Manchester, NH
--4:30 pm ET: Attends meet and greet reception in Cherokee County, Gaffney, SC
--6:30 pm ET: Attends NAACP banquet, Greenville, SC
--8:00 pm ET: Attends HBCU classic coaches reception, Greenville, SC
--9:15 am ET: Holds meet and greet in Clinton County, Witt, IA
--1:00 pm ET: Delivers a policy speech to veterans and military families, entitled "Keeping our Promise," Davenport, IA
--5:30 pm ET: Holds a Cedar County presidential job interview event, Tipton, IA
--7:45 pm ET: Speaks on the topic of Iraq, Cedar Rapids, IA
-- 2:00 pm ET: Speaks at the Granite State Independent Living National Forum on equality, opportunity and access, Manchester, NH
--7:00 pm ET: Attend the Arab American Political Action Committee's 10th annual dinner, Dearborn, MI
--11:30 am ET: Speaks at the Granite State Independent Living National Forum on equality, opportunity and access, Manchester, NH
--3:30 pm ET: Speaks at a forum sponsored by the Every Child Matters Education Fund and The Carsey Institute at UNH, Durham, NH
--6:30 pm ET: Attends a meet and greet, Manchester, NH
--3:00 pm Speaks at the forum on equality, opportunity and access
--11:00 am ET: Receives an endorsement, Phoenix Park Hotel, Washington, DC
--2:30 pm ET: Visits with local residents, Errol, NH
--3:45 pm ET: Visits with voters of Dixville Notch, Dixville Notch, NH
--6:45 pm ET: Delivers remarks at a town hall, Shelburne, NH
--8:00 pm ET: Visits with local residents, Berlin, NH
--11:00 am ET: Holds meet and greet, Marshalltown, IA
--1:00 pm ET: Holds a Black Hawk County meet and greet and delivers an address on trade, Waterloo, IA
--4:45 pm ET: Holds media availability, Cleveland, OH
--8:45 am ET: Takes a tour and attends a town hall meeting hosted by Detyens Shipyard Inc., North Charleston, SC
--3:30 pm ET: Calls in to the Granite State Independent Living forum on equality, opportunity and access
--6:00 pm ET: Delivers address to "Tailgating for Torrence", Lexington, SC
--7:10 pm ET: Attends a pre-game ceremony honoring Joshua L. Torrence and Veterans, Lexington, SC
--In meetings, Washington, DC
--1:00 pm ET: Attends Clemson University rally, Clemson, SC
--7:00 pm ET: Attends downtown Columbia rally, SC
--1:00 pm ET: Speaks at the South Carolina renewal project pastor's policy briefing, Columbia, SC
--1:40 pm ET: Speaks at a basic combat training graduation ceremony, Fort Jackson, SC
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