Skip to comments.Pelosi: Hillary Clinton more ready for WH than husband or Obama was
Posted on 09/22/2013 6:44:19 AM PDT by Sub-DriverEdited on 09/22/2013 6:57:03 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Washington (CNN) - House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi continued to offer effusive praise for Hillary Clinton, saying the former secretary of state would be one of the best-prepared incoming presidents if she decided to run in 2016.
"If she does, she will win and when she becomes president, she'll be one of the best-equipped, best-prepared people to enter the White House in a very long time," Pelosi said in an interview that aired Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union."
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We remove a dark skinned pervert from office only to replace ‘him’ with an even larger pervert. WTP deserve so much better.
Well, no kidding - my toenail fungus is more ready for the White House than its current occupant is.
Her answering machine will say, “Hello, this is Prez Hillary, if this is an emergency, please leave a message. If it is between 3 and 8 AM, don’t bother, as it won’t make any difference.
Vince Foster would agree.
She will never make it. She is too out of shape to keep up pace.
At some point printing the ravings of the lunatic Nancy Pelosi is just uncalled for and should be viewed as taking advantage of the mentally ill.
Next is Hillary for one term. Then comes Jeb.
Sure, she's had all this "training". And "experience". And she's "said" all these fine things.
But what has she done? What has she actually accomplished? Besides winning a political office? Or an appointment to Secretary of State?
Is being First Lady actually an internship on the presidency? Does being a plumber's wife make her an accomplished plumber?
What, pray tell, Nancy, has Hillary accomplished?
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