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To be honest, Hillary as President would be a major disaster for the U.S. Not because she is a woman, but because of who she is. A very scary proposition.
I hope and pray it doesn't come to that in November 2016.
Does being a "woman" make it different than being- competent and able? We have NO ECONOMY. Most of the unemployed are former breadwinners forced that way by job blockades. Jobs women DO HAVE... they control the hiring and firing in every business platform. When the foreign army comes to conquer what's left of the formerly-free America... the righteousness will be laughed at then destroyed. You killed off your ally, you set America up for destruction.
Yellen-- Check her record. She will continue the legacy of Greenspan and Bernanke without variance. We will collapse from too much dilution in the currency and NO ECONOMY. You can't print your way out of a Depression. Accounting and Finance Majors know nothing about enterprise.
We have to start voting for the best person for the job of president. We have to stop voting just because the candidate is black, white, female, Dem, GOP, or famous. (90% of blacks voted for Obama) We have already seen the tragic results from this narrow minded philosophy.
The only reason I'm in the stock market is because Bernanke has been printing $85 billion a month to save Obama's butt, and this broad isn't going to stop that.
However, they will have to stop printing eventually, and when they do, the economy will free fall.
Hilldog is such an idiot.
And if you think the Bozocare website will be fixed by the end of November after not being ready at the end of 3 years in the making I have a bridge to sell you.
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