Hillary Clinton suffers on Qualification Comparison
Hillary Rodham Clinton has done very little and served in few ways to prove she is qualified to be serve as the President.
facing a $2.9 trillion federal budget and 5,120,688 civilian and military employees, Hillary Clinton is ill-equipped to become president of the United States, commander-in-chief of the U.S. armed forces, and leader of the free world.
Deroy Murdock makes a point of analyzing her specific lack of executive experience, and leadership experience with the exception of her leadership of the Wellesley College Republicans and her presidency of the student-government body.
In contrast here is the most Presidentially equipped Presidential candidate, resume-wise.
Bill Richardson was elected New Mexico’s governor in 2002. He handles a $13.7 billion budget, guides 20,816 state workers, and serves 1.9 million constituents. He was a U.S. House member between 1982 and 1996. He also gained valuable global expertise as United Nations ambassador from 1996 to 1998. Under Presidents Clinton and G.W. Bush, Richardson has negotiated nuclear issues with North Korean generals and helped free American citizens, soldiers, and dissidents from Cuba, Iraq, and Sudan. As Energy secretary from 1998 to 2000, Richardson addressed Arab-oil dependency and nuclear non-proliferation, and maintained America’s atomic arsenal.
I would never vote for Bill Richardson; partisanship aside I find his politics abhorrent and his views on the war blind and shortsightedly stupid. His politics are still not too far to the Left or anywhere to the Right of the Democrat Party or its candidates and yet he is apparently boorish, and the Democrats’ Hispanic candidate for President (and completely qualified in a different world, one not wrought by a terror war) is completely ignored in favor some young guy, a relative child. Deroy Murdock also contrasts the other (non-Barak Obama) much-ignored candidates and finds them to be greatly more qualified than Senator Clinton, as well as four GOP candidates, three of which are dropping executive experience of one sort or another. The one that isn’t is war hero and Indian Affairs Committee Chair John McCain.