Election 2016-Candidate Review: Hillary Clinton

Ain’t it the truth. (My opinion, of course)

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This is part 4 of my review of the candidates in the 2016 presidential race. I’ve talked about the disaster that is Bernie Sanders. Now I’ll talk about the train wreck that is Hillary Clinton. I won’t spend to much time on this because I honestly don’t think it’s worth the time.


Hillary Clinton claims she wants to help the middle class and not burden the next generation with our debt. Her solution? To pay the debt. That sounds reasonable, right? Well, the problem is as a senator she consistently voted “NO” on bills that would help pay off our debt and reduce federal spending. Just like a politician (which she certainly is), she’s all talk and no show. Apart form her voting record, she really hasn’t made her campaign on the economy. She’s made it on the fact that she’s a woman, a woman who happens to have…

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2 thoughts on “Election 2016-Candidate Review: Hillary Clinton

  1. As a woman who spent a lifetime demonstrating her worth in the workplace and fighting for equality with men, I find it offensive that any candidate — Hillary Clinton included — would seek my vote merely on the basis of gender. A good deal of the vast experience Hillary lays claim to stems from her former status as First Lady. With due respect to all First Ladies and the causes they championed, Hillary was during those years a spouse, plain and simple. Proximity to power is not the same thing as election on the basis of merit. Hillary’s attempt as First Lady to muscle health care legislation through Congress was an abject failure. That is something to remember when she claims special knowledge of how to deal effectively with the logjam in Washington.


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