Pardon the Question, But: What Qualifies Hillary To Be President?

Written by R.G. Yoho on March 10, 2014

The other day, I saw a video of a man at a Democratic National Committee gathering.

This correspondent repeatedly asked a great number of the attendees if they could name one major accomplishment that Hillary Clinton had done, something that would make her uniquely qualified to become the next President of the United States.
Not a single one of them could name anything.

It really isn’t hard to understand why these hard-core Leftists, devoted activists in Hillary’s own party, cannot name any of the woman’s accomplishments.

There are NONE.

The closest these DNC activists could get to naming a single accomplishment of Hillary Clinton in the Senate or in the State Department was her marriage to former President Bill Clinton.

Tying herself to the coattails of an ambitious, politically-gifted husband, and using his status as a means to punch her future ticket to power, that’s really all that Hillary’s public life has really meant.

Other that being elected to the United States Senate to replace Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, she has accomplished absolutely nothing of any significance.

A young Hillary Clinton was a part of the Watergate committee, but was fired from the legal staff because she deliberately submitted a fraudulent brief. In fact, as First Lady, Hillary also tried to give America Obamacare, long before Obama.

And she failed in that effort as well.

Syria, Egypt, Libya, every action taken by her as Secretary of State ended up in embarrassment and abject failure for the nation and did nothing to advance the cause of liberty abroad. In reality, her incompetence increased the threat of terrorism to America by the strengthening of Radical Islam.

Moreover, her numerous foreign policy failures pale in comparison to her and the President’s needlessly allowing an Ambassador and three others to die in Benghazi, an unconscionable and criminal act that should have driven both Hillary and her boss from office.

And when questioned by a Congressional Committee about the American deaths in Benghazi, Hillary said, “What difference does it make?”

Second only to Barack Hussein Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton is perhaps the biggest fraud ever perpetrated on the American people.

Yet there are untold thousands of empty-headed people out there who think Hillary is somehow worthy of holding our nation’s highest elective office for no other reason than she is closely-aligned with Bill Clinton.

For the past thirty years, I have been employed in the chemical manufacturing industry. And throughout my working career, I have been married to the same woman.

She has been there to pack my lunches and see me off every day; she has been there every day when I came home.

And unlike the Clintons, our marriage isn’t simply a business relationship. We actually care about each other.

However, the relationship we share and her experiences being married to a chemical plant employee doesn’t make my wife qualified to work in a chemical plant.

Similarly, Hillary Clinton’s relationship to Bill certainly doesn’t make her qualified to be President.

And if the United States is eventually destined to have a woman assuming the office of President, it clearly shouldn’t be that woman!

Therefore, if the ultimate qualifications for being the first woman President of the United States include an intimate relationship with Bill Clinton, standing beside the President, and spending time in the Oval Office with the Commander-in-Chief, then perhaps Hillary Clinton might not be the best candidate for the job, after all.

Perhaps that position could best be served by former White House intern, Monica Lewinsky.

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R.G. Yoho is a Western author who has published seven books, including “Death Comes to Redhawk,” along with a non-fiction work entitled “America’s History is His Story.”