By implication, it's obvious that by time she becomes president she will be near to 70. Way back when a more genial type like Ronald Reagan could pull that off. But Clinton lacks that kind of pull-force charisma. And the world has changed. Also, the U.S. economy is no longer number-one. China's is.
Whether Clinton makes it to the White House or not, that harsh spotlight put on aging could exert a negative effect on us Baby Boomers.
Those of us who have searched for jobs, contract assignments, or business for our enterprises know one thing: There is age bias in America. This is the New Land. It started out as youth culture and has remained such. Believe me, we don't need any more attention paid to The Aging Professional.
Thanks to re-branding ourselves and an improving economy, many of us working Baby Booomers have returned to a position of strength. That could be eroded by fresh scrutiny of the supposed deficits imposed by the aging process.
It could be in our self-interest if Clinton did not run. She can join her husband Bill Clinton is being a global thought leader.