PLEASE, LORD! Not Another Amateur — Hillary! — in the White House; Enlighten American Voters

In a recent speech, Hillary Clinton asked her audience, “Don’t you someday want to see a women as president of the United States?”

We can’t risk electing a person of such questionable judgment and integrity as Hillary Clinton.  Being a woman does not qualify one to be president of the United States. 
 
Politics aside, a candidate’s gender is no reason to vote for him or her.  Voting for someone because the candidate is male or female – or white or black – or Caucasian or Latino – is irresponsible.  Enough of this high-school voting practice.

The presidency is the biggest job in the history of the world.  It requires a competent and proven executive – who can plan, organize, staff, direct, implement, motivate, and control the enormous secular and military organizations under the president’s leadership and management authority.
 
Certainly the United States – with many of the most talented and successful people in world history – should be able to nominate a proven performer with impeccable credentials and integrity – to represent the Democrat party and its ideology.  Clearly, Hillary fails on all counts.

This isn’t a student body election contest.  The Democrats have the cart before the horse – in their passion to elect the first female president.  That’s not important!   Nominating Hillary as the candidate of the Democrat Party would be an act of gross Party irresponsibility!   The Democrats and liberal media are already going nuts trying to cover up for Hillary’s latest demonstration of incompetence.  This is unnecessary.  Her track record is abysmal, and the Republicans will bring out all her sorry history if she is nominated.  And if perchance she should be elected, her tale of woe will undermine any possibility of competency. 
 
It’s time to elect a proven, experienced, time-proven manager to run the enormous federal government – the largest enterprise in the history of the world.  This is not a job for schoolboy or schoolgirl academics.  It’s a job for proven performers. 
 
America elected a neighborhood organizer six-plus years ago and it’s been a disaster – both domestically and globally – ever since.  Frankly, despite his good looks and natural charisma, Obama doesn’t have a clue, even after six-plus years, on how to run our government, the military, foreign policy, etc.  To make matters worse, he has surrounded himself with leftist-leaning academics with a low-level commitment to traditional American values. 
 
Frankly, America cannot endure another president-in-training in the White House.  Whether the candidate is white, black, male, or female – doesn’t matter.  What matters is that he/she know how to plan, organize, staff, direct, implement, motivate, control, measure, innovate, i.e., manage our Constitutional Government – our Competitive, Free Enterprise System – and protect . . . 
 
For goodness sake we cannot afford to risk electing another incompetent and deceptive president.  Let’s nominate someone who can do the job – who can succeed – who will bring the nation together – with honesty and integrity and competence and devoid of arrogance.

Please, Lord!

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William Pauwels

About the author, William Pauwels: William A. Pauwels, Sr. was born in Jackson Michigan to a Belgian, immigrant, entrepreneurial family. Bill is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and served in executive and/or leadership positions at Thomson Industries, Inc., Dow Corning, Loctite and Sherwin-Williams. He is currently CIO of Pauwels Private Investment Practice. He's been commenting on matters political/economic/philosophical since 1980. View all articles by William Pauwels

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