Hillary Clinton’s Top Selling Point for 2016 Presidential Election is not Any Accomplishments, Its Being First Female President

 

What a resounding reason to qualify or vote for Hillary Clinton to be president in 2016 … Hmm, How did that same “being first” work out with Obama?

According to a recent Gallup poll, the “best or most positive” reason to vote for Hillary Clinton is that she would be the first female president. Huh? So after all the years of politics behind her, 18% said the best reason to vote for her is just because she would be the first woman president. Just curious America, how did that little social experiment work electing Barack Obama the first black president? Hmm? Just 9% said it would be because of Hillary’s experience and foreign policy experience [can you say Benghazi, Iran, Russia reset and Middle East burning], while just 3% said she was the most qualified and capable, and 3% said healthcare reform [how did Hillary Healthcare work out?] and 2% said because of the economy.

So all America has to look forward to is a Democrat 2016 campaign of “War on Women” as we have been through six years of anyone who dares say anything negative about Obama’s policies is a racist. Isn’t enough, enough?

However, “nothing” scored 27% as the “best or most positive” reason to vote for Hillary Clinton and another 22% had no opinion or no clue. I guess this can explain why so many DNC individuals can’t name one thing that she has done. How can some one who was first lady of Arkansas from 1983 – 1992, was the first day of the United States from 1993 – 2001 [remember a Hillary said in 1992, "I'm not sitting here, some little woman standing by my man, like Tammy Wynette." ... "Baking cookies and making tea (VIDEO)".], US Senator fro New York from 2001 – 2009, and Secretary of State from 2009 – 2013 and the greatest reason why she should be elected president is because she would be the first woman. ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!

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Seriously America, one of the main reasons why Barack Obama was elected president, other than GWB fatigue, a poor RINO Republican candidate and a poor economy was that he would be the first black president. That is of course if you discount Bill ‘Bubba’ Clinton. Wake the hell up!!! I do not care what party some one is from, your reason for voting for them can’t be because they are the first of anything. No one we can’t get qualified people in the White House.



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  • Comments

    3 Responses to “Hillary Clinton’s Top Selling Point for 2016 Presidential Election is not Any Accomplishments, Its Being First Female President”

    1. rightknight on March 22nd, 2014 8:18 am

      WAIT! Let’s give some credit where credit is due. Hillary
      should be credited for monitoring the deaths of our
      Ambassador and three others in Benghazi, being in
      full charge of quelling ‘bimbo eruptions’ in her husband’s
      philandering episodes, taking her best (yet failed) shot
      at ‘HillaryCare’, and traveling the world for one reason
      or another.

    2. A Texas Grandfather on March 22nd, 2014 9:22 am

      When picking a person to lead is dependent on the color or their skin or their sex, we have a cult of personality rather than looking for real leadership skills.

      Hillary Clinton has effectively done nothing as a Senator or as Secretary of State. She tried to build the forerunner of Obamacare with her health care initiative in 1993 as an appointed person by her husband.

    3. mc on March 24th, 2014 7:39 am

      I’m not quite sure Obama is really a man, just as I’m not sure Mooch is really a woman.

      Doesn’t that count for something?

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