Quinnipiac Poll: The Words ‘Liar and Dishonest’ Most Used to Describe Hillary Clinton … Marco Rubio Says She is “An Experienced Liar”
HOW CAN ANYONE BE A PARTIES NOMINEE WHEN THE WORDS THAT BEST DESCRIBE THEM ARE “LIAR” AND “DISHONEST” …
According to a recent Quinnipiac poll, the words “liar” and “dishonest” were most frequently used when individuals were asked to describe Democrat front runner for the 2016 presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton. Well if the shrew fits, wear it. Oh wait, does that mean that the Hillary Clinton goon squad is going to descend down on those people for saying these kind of things? But quite honestly, what words are there that best describe Hillary but a liar and dishonest? Maybe serial fabricator? We might also want to add to the list of words, phony, deceiver and misleader. BUT LIAR PRETTY MUCH SAYS IT ALL.
Sorry, this woman came into the race with baggage from the past, now it appears that the email/server scandal and the lie after lie after lie is just too much for anyone to stomach.
Okay, so I am a liar, what’s it to you?
The most frequent words that come to mind when Americans think about Hillary Clinton are “liar” and “dishonest.” That’s according to a new national poll from Quinnipiac that asked more than 1500 registered voters to say the “first word” that comes to mind when they hear the Democratic presidential frontrunner’s name.
The most frequently mentioned word was “liar,” with 178 people mentioning the word. Next on the list are “dishonest” at 123 mentions and “untrustworthy” at 93 mentions. There were some positive words for Clinton mentioned frequently, including “experience” (82 mentions) and “strong” (59 mentions).
The same question was asked about Republicans Jeb Bush and Donald Trump. The most frequent word for Bush was “Bush” (136 mentions) followed far behind by “family” (70 mentions). Trump received much greater variance in the words used to describe him, with “arrogant” leading the pack with 58 mentions, followed by “blowhard” (38 mentions), idiot (35 mentions), and businessman and clown (34 mentions each).
It is almost impossible to believe that an individual could win a presidency, let alone a party nomination when the first thought in anyone’s mind to describe them is a liar.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) played the word association game Friday on Fox & Friends, saying the first words that came to mind when he thought of Hillary Clinton after her controversial remarks Thursday were “desperate,” “panicked” and “experienced liar.”
Clinton, under fire for comparing pro-life Republicans to terrorist groups, is also beset by the private email scandal that has dogged her since March. A Quinnipiac poll this week showed the top words voters associated her with were “liar,” “dishonest” and “untrustworthy.”
Fox host Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked Rubio, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination and frequent target of Clinton’s rhetoric, to play the word association game as well and he didn’t mince words.
“Desperate,” he said. “Maybe panicked. Desperate. One of those words. They’re in a lot of trouble.”