Are You Experienced?

Food for thought, courtesy of Slate’s Timothy Noah:

Clinton’s claim to superior experience isn’t merely dishonest. It’s also potentially dangerous should she become the nominee. If Clinton continues to build her campaign on the dubious foundation of government experience, it shouldn’t be very difficult for her GOP opponent to pull that edifice down. That’s especially true if a certain white-haired senator now serving his 25th year in Congress (four in the House and 21 in the Senate) wins the nomination. McCain could easily make Hillary look like an absolute fraud who is no more truthful about her depth of government experience than she is about why her mother named her “Hillary.”

2 responses to “Are You Experienced?

  1. Ok. Because serving in the senate and serving as a close advisor (so what if she was married to the guy) to a two term president isn’t experience. Some have more some have less. Its what you do with your experience that also counts. Put another old white dude in office. He clearly has a leg up on some chic who happens to be a senator. How…fitting.

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