Monday, October 26, 2015

Hillary is Ready

I may have been on the wall or fence about Hillary Clinton before...but after seeing how bravely she stood up to what is basically a Republican witch hunt...and how unflappable she was....I'm going to place my endorsement for President in her lap...

Don't get me wrong...In my heart of hearts I am a Bernie Sanders fan...but he is a bit old for this game and being an admitted socialist...(Though there is nothing wrong with that)might scare the American public a bit much....I could hear the FOX News mouthpieces beating that horse to death...

So being pragmatic...I'm going to say that Hillary Clinton is the Democrats most electable candidate...And judging by what the other party has to offer..She shouldn't have a very hard time getting to the white house...

I mean...Is anyone really taking Donald Trump THAT SERIOUSLY at this point?? I think the novelty of his candidacy is starting to wear off now...He's dropping in the polls.

To quote Dan Rather-

"Hillary Clinton has done a lot in her life. But I think she likely cleared her path to the Democratic nomination for president, and maybe very well the Oval Office itself, by what she didn't do. She didn't lose her cool.

Her performance in a grueling marathon of a Congressional hearing on Benghazi (or more accurately on Clinton herself and maybe Sidney Blumenthal?) was one of poise, stoicism, self-confidence and maturity. Just the sort of attributes her questioners lacked. In the language of poker, she was drawing aces and the committee was drawing deuces. They might not admit it publicly, but even many Republican leaders know it's true. Hillary Clinton is a stronger general election candidate today than she was before the hearing.

It has often been said that you vote for president with your heart more than your head. And I think for all the questions about Clinton's record among the Democratic base, whether she is progressive enough on economic issues or too hawkish on foreign policy, the real sense of unease boiled down to intangible questions about her personality, values and character.

Yesterday assuaged many of those concerns. When combined with her recent debate performance and Biden deciding not to run, this is arguably one of the best stretches of her political career. Where are all those whither Hillary articles now? It is still early and a lot can still go wrong, but I believe this is the Hillary Clinton that so many Democrats wanted to love - tough, smart, unflappable, a woman who is ready to be president."

I agree...She's ready to be America's first female president!

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