via The Federalist:
Hillary Clinton Isn’t Qualified. Deal With It
by Mollie Hemingway | April 11, 2016
“You may have heard Senator Sanders say I’m unqualified to be president,” Hillary Clinton said at a rally on Friday. “Well seriously, seriously, I’ve been called a lot of things over the years, but unqualified has not been one of them. Heh heh heh.” You can watch it here.
Is she kidding us? Is her memory failing? I believe I first heard her called “unqualified” when she was driving HillaryCare into a ditch as first lady. Or was it when she fired the White House Travel Office staff and replaced them with close friends? Or was it when she blamed her husband’s inability to act in an even remotely decent fashion on a conspiracy theory? I honestly don’t remember when it was, except that it was decades ago.
Since then, she had a very nice time in the Senate, during which she got along well with colleagues but accomplished absolutely nothing memorable. Unless you think that it’s memorable to sponsor bills to establish an historic site in New York, name a post office, or designate a portion of New York’s U.S. Route 20 as the Timothy J. Russert Highway. She did vote to invade Iraq, so there’s that.
Having jobs, including jobs you would not have gotten if you hadn’t endured being one of Bill Clinton’s ladies, doesn’t mean you’re qualified. You need the skills, knowledge, and experience to do a job well. So if you’re hiring for the job of being embroiled in scandal, making bad decisions, and showcasing horrible judgment, yes, Hillary is qualified. To be president of the United States? Oh, hell no.
Read the full commentary at The Federalist