Some thoughts on Hillary's experience and what it informs us about her qualifications to be president.
As First Lady the White House endured the most salacious narrative in recollection. Did Hillary set the best example of how a spouse should respond? You decide if she did the best job. Yes it is a job, a very important one
Hillary had experience changing the healthcare system. She failed so badly an effort wasn't tried again for 15 years.
Hillary had experience assessing claims of danger of war, reasons to go to war, regarding Iraq. She massively failed.
Hillary, when campaigning against Obama took the right policy stance on the Panama agreement, but when Secretary of State, she switched her stance (a harbinger of things to come on Keystone XL, TPP, reforming banks?) and advocated successfully for it's passage. Fail and sell-out of her campaign promises.
Hillary, instead of following the law, and being responsible in protecting national security, she used a private server for all her email, then claimed others did it. But others only sent a few private emails. They didn't have a private server for ALL their emails. It was her job to categorize appropriate emails as classified. She failed to do that. Later, when the emails were assessed, over 1000 were classified and over 100 were highly classified. She missed them all. Many say she does not deserve the trust to have access to security secrets with her failed history of securing information and communications.
Hillary had experience assessing and explaining reasons to intervene in Libya. She lied about the reasons and failed.
To sum it up, she's failed again and again at highly important decision points, repeatedly adding duplicity or dishonesty to the malodorous stew of a life she's cooked up.
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I know this list is not complete. Please add to it in the comments and I'll update the article.
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