Monday, April 20, 2015

Pelosi On Hillary: Qualifications Don't Matter, Vote For Her Because She Is A Woman

If you were to ask any voter what they wanted in a president, most would say experience, leadership skills, and a proven
Nancy Pelosi Embraces Hillary Clinton
track record would undoubtedly be among the answers. But if you were to ask House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, her answer would be a simple one: the next president should be a woman.

In a press conference last week, Pelosi was asked if Hillary Clinton’s vote for the Iraq War should disqualify her from the White House, seeing as how Pelosi had characterized that war as a “grotesque mistake.”

“I don’t think a vote on a war 13 years ago…I mean this was wrong all around,” Pelosi said after stuttering around in an attempt to avoid the question. “That was then, this is now. We go forward. And I do not think that Hillary Clinton took on that, nor did I think the vote John Kerry took on it disqualifies him for being president.”

Pelosi could have left it at that and been content to wallow in her usual stench of hypocrisy. But no, she is apparently a banner member of the Clinton campaign, and she felt it was her duty to start stumping for Hillary. And since there is very little to say about Clinton in terms of her accomplishments, Pelosi turned to the only trait she has that seems to matter.

“What’s important is what it would mean to elect a woman president of the United States,” she said

What about these women Nancy as they at least have accomplishments and leadership experience?  Condoleeza Rice, Michelle Bachmann, Sarah Palin, Carly Fiorina...

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