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A WOMAN PRESIDENT, YES, BUT NOT HILLARY

A WOMAN PRESIDENT, YES, BUT NOT HILLARY

I understand the importance to women to have a woman as President. I get it. I also think that women can certainly be amazing leaders of nations and they have proven it elsewhere. Britain, India, Germany. It is certainly time that we have a woman in the White House. I agree. 

BUT NOT THIS WOMAN, NOT HILLARY, NOT NOW. 

Hillary, even if she does win, will have a Presidency scarred by her past. Too scarred. Illegitimate. Which is a dangerous way to go. An illegitimate leader is a leader that is ineffective, and at worse, subject to risk of revolt. We don't want that. Because her Presidency will be overshadowed by the claims that she only got there due to a rigged media, due to her cover ups and cons and bribes of the DOJ and the FBI, hers will most definitely be an at-risk Presidency. I mean, how about what she did to Bernie Sanders alone? 

Wouldn't it make more sense to put a woman with Sterling character into the office? How about a black woman with more successes and qualifications that Hillary? Why not a Condoleeza Rice for example? Now this is someone that we as a nation can be proud of. Wicked smart, seriously qualified, successful in her work in DC. Scandal free by the way. 

Ladies - having a woman president is important. But isn't it just as important that she be the right woman to pave the way for all women in the future? Because if you elect Hillary, you're going in KNOWING about the corruption, the lies, the failures. She isn't who you want, trust me. There has to be a better woman to break the glass ceiling for all women. If her presidency is filled with more of the same, she will seriously ruin the chance of us ever electing a woman again for a long, long time. You can't do this to women, you can't do this to our nation. Not Hillary. Not now. 

10-17-16

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