Will Hillary be the next President from the State of New York after FDR? Or is she the tired face of Liberalism symbolizing its exhaustion and demise after the wreckage of the Obama years?
ON APRIL 12, 1945,
upon the death of FDR, Harry Truman became the 33rd President of the United States.
ON APRIL 12, 2015,
on the 70th anniversary of FDR's death (33 days after her emailgate press conference) Hillary Clinton (born during the Truman Era) launched her campaign for the 45th President of the United States.
FDR, the 44th Governor of New York, died in 1945. Hillary Clinton, former Senator from and resident of New York, is aspiring to succeed the 44th President and become number 45-which would make her the first President since FDR to come from New York.
FDR was elected 32nd President on November 8, 1932. The election date for 2016 is November 8th: the 84th anniversary of FDR's landslide victory over Republican Herbert Hoover.
FDR was born January 30, 1882. Hillary was born exactly 24,010 days later on October 26, 1947. 24,010 is a multiple of 70 343x. 70 is the number of years separating FDR's death and Hillary announcing her candidacy (see).
When FDR was elected 32nd President he was 50 years, 9 months and 10 days old. This totals 18, 545 days (see). This five digit number ending in 45 could indicate both the year FDR died and the next US President who'll be elected on the anniversary of FDR's victory.
Are these auspicious signs pointing to Hillary's success for becoming the first female US President? They are very compelling indeed. But there are other signs equally as strong which seem ominous of defeat and the death of New Deal Liberalism. Is Hillary announcing her candidacy on the anniversary of FDR's death one of these signs? I'll be writing about this in the weeks ahead.
If the nominee of the Republican Party wins the presidency he/she will be the 45th President and the 19th Republican to hold that office. This gives us the number 1945 the year of FDR's death. Interesting, no?