Regarding Hillary Clinton:
First, when I contemplate Hillary Clinton as commander-in-chief of this nation, all my 90-year-old mind sees is her slamming her fist on the table regarding our ambassador’s murder while waiting to be rescued and saying: “What difference does it make?”
I think I know how the families of our ambassador and the others who were killed might feel about such a cold-hearted, detached comment.
Second, if the women of this nation consider Hillary Clinton a “role model” and someone who “embraces women’s values,” then I am sorry their standards have sunk so low.
Contrary to Madeleine Albright’s comment about women who don’t support Hillary for president going to hell, I believe that a vote for Hillary simply confirms that women are willing to settle for less just based on gender qualification and nothing else.
There is no honor in voting for this woman just because she is a woman.
W.M. Owen, Sanger