Why I’m not a Hillary fan
Posted On July 27, 2021
This story is about the reasons why I don’t want to be a Hillary supporter.
But before you start to worry about your vote, here are some other reasons why you might not want to vote for Hillary Clinton.
She’s too much of a centrist.
I like her a lot on foreign policy, but she’s too centrist to be president.
It’s not that she doesn’t believe in democracy or her own values.
But she also believes in big government.
She wants a big military and she wants to keep a lot of people working at the federal level.
That’s not how you build a successful country.
She would have a hard time dealing with the media.
It turns out that her job as secretary of state was a lot easier than she thought.
She was often asked tough questions and often got them wrong.
She knows the media better than anyone else.
She loves being on television.
She has never been on national television and never will be.
That means she has no ability to talk to the public about the world and she’s not particularly interested in that.
She does not seem to be interested in helping people who are struggling in this country.
And if she gets elected, she could easily appoint a liberal to a key position in the White House.
She doesn’t really care about the economy.
This is a major reason why I’m a Trump supporter.
Clinton is very smart, but I’m betting that her economic record would be far worse than Trump’s.
In fact, her record on the economy might even be worse.
The last time we heard her talk about it, she was saying she would lower taxes and cut spending.
She’d be raising taxes, raising spending and making big changes to Medicare, Social Security and other programs that she believes are important to working people.
She also wants to abolish the Department of Education and cut all of the social programs that we rely on.
This would be a disaster for our economy.
She won’t have the experience to deal with the Russian problem.
I think it’s highly unlikely that the Trump administration will be as bad at handling Russia as the Clinton administration.
The fact that Trump won’t take a tough line on Russia is one reason why Clinton won’t get a tough one.
She probably won’t even try to prosecute the Russians, much less try to fix the problem.
But if Trump was in charge, there is no way he would be as tough on Russia as Clinton would be. 5.
She can’t handle foreign policy.
She isn’t a politician and she hasn’t had a lot to do with foreign policy in her life.
She seems more interested in protecting her own political agenda and her own brand.
She will probably never get involved in a major war with Russia, but the Russian threat is a real one and it could pose a real problem for her in the future.
There are many things that I can see that make her too cautious.
I’m also not sure I trust her judgment on some issues.
I know she was not there to see the events of September 11th.
And she was probably not there at the time of the Russian attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
I don.t think she would be able to tell the difference between an attack by ISIS or an attack carried out by a lone gunman.
There is also the issue of her foreign policy record.
She came into office promising to bring more U.N. peacekeepers to Africa, which has been a big disappointment.
Her administration has not been very effective in trying to stop the spread of Ebola in Africa and she has not kept promises to end the war in Syria.
So I do not trust her to do anything about this or any other crisis.
I also worry that she will be too busy trying to get approval from the Senate for more weapons to keep the troops from dying on the battlefield.
That is probably a more important concern than foreign policy itself.
I’ll leave you with the one other thing about her I have.
I have heard so many people say that she would never get impeached.
I would never impeach a president, and I don