Chappaqua's Sen. Clinton invites questions in live Internet chats

Capitalizing on the latest trends, Chappaqua?s Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) invited the public to ask her questions on her Web site.

Clinton used her Web site to announce her presidential bid on Saturday and her series of live online chats started Monday. She spoke about wanting to cut funds to the Iraqi government but not to U.S. troops. Clinton also talked about phasing out the re-deployment of troops to Iraq, in sharp contrast to President Bush?s Iraq plan. Clinton even admitted making mistakes in the past concerning health care when asked about the subject. She says although past endeavors were unsuccessful, she has learned from them.

Many in Chappaqua say the online chats make sense in this day and age. They say it is a great way to get instant feedback.

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