Written by Karen Serna on November 2, 2016

Recent conversations about the upcoming election force me to write on a topic I thought I would avoid – Hillary Clinton and her being the first female presidential candidate. Many might think that having a female run for our highest office would be thrilling especially to other women. That may be true for some, but not for this woman. I am embarrassed that this is what our nation has chosen as their first female presidential candidate, and I am pained when I hear young women excitedly commit their loyalty to Mrs. Clinton – not because they even know what she stands for but “because she’s a woman.”

So to all you women out there that are supporting her simply because you think she represents you, I beg you to reconsider and here’s why.

First, she is not interested in your health as she claims to be nor is she interested in the safety of your children as she has so lovingly stated as her reasoning for more gun control. If she cared about women’s health, then she would not aggressively oppose abortion regulations that call for greater care of the women seeking an abortion: upgraded medical standards for abortion facilities, etc. She would not promote partial birth abortion where the woman has to “half way” birth the child and then have it murdered before completing the delivery of the child. How is that safe for the woman? In addition, Hillary Clinton’s on demand abortion stance says she does not care for the mental or long term health of women either since statistically women who have had an abortion are at greater risk for female-related cancers and depression than women who have not had abortions.

And how can anyone stand up and announce to the American people that we need stricter gun laws because we have “x” number of children shot each year because parents haven’t properly stored their guns? When did she start caring about children? She believes it is perfectly acceptable to murder hundreds of thousands of them each year before they even have a chance to see how great their lives could be.

Second, and related to the first point, she does not care about your personal safety much less the safety of the nation. If Mrs. Clinton has her way with gun control, then how many women will find it that much more difficult to carry a gun that would provide them protection from predators. Oh, wait, she is actually married to, er uh I mean supports and defends predators.

Plus, given Hillary’s record for keeping secrets, I would say that not only am I personally not safe; but also our nation is not safe. Her complete disregard for the position of Secretary of State makes her completely unqualified to be commander-in-chief. Instead she should be the launderer-in-chief at a federal prison somewhere. No, I just don’t feel secure with Hillary Clinton at the helm.

Finally, I am not thrilled with our first female candidate because, pure and simple, she is a communist. How does this philosophy help me rise to my greatest potential as a woman? Instead, everything I work for will be redistributed. How can I trust a thief who is not afraid to steal from me to give what I have to someone else without my permission? The answer is, I can’t.

So to all you ladies out there, please reconsider if you plan to vote for Hillary Clinton. If you want a candidate that will represent you then she really isn’t the right person. Oh, and one final thought: to all you moms out there that want to make decisions that are best for your family: You can forget that under Hillary Clinton. She believes the state has more authority than you over your own children. Don’t believe me? Just check out her stance on Common Core, abortions for minors, mandatory pre-school, etc., etc., etc. Again, ladies, Mrs. Clinton is not the candidate that represents you.

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Karen Serna is a wife and homeschooling mom with two children. She holds a degree in Chemistry with a minor in Math from Angelo State University. In addition, she is a certified secondary educator. Prior to having children, Karen worked for Texas State University-San Marcos as an analytical chemist and industrial hygienist for over twelve years. Her passion lies in seeing a generation of Americans once again embrace true freedom.