If you tuned into Hillary’s convention this week (and I don’t blame you if you didn’t), there was one clear theme running through it.
Democrats were their hardest to paint Hillary Clinton as a lifelong servant who has done great good for those in need. They claimed she helped many children and was instrumental in the passage of healthcare laws. She is apparently the agent of change who will finish what Obama started (sounds like something a Dark Sith Lord would say, but I digress…).
Her own husband declared just that, telling quite the story about Hillary, trying to humanize her (since she comes off as a robot to most of America). The National Review Reports:
Bill Clinton flatly declared, “She’s a natural leader, she’s a good organizer, and she’s the best darn change-maker I ever met in my entire life.”
That would lead people to consider all the best darn change-making Hillary has accomplished in her many years of public service. That’s just what National Review did, and what they discovered is…well, not much.
In her eight years in the Senate, just one of Hillary’s bills got enacted into law. This bill designated the U.S. courthouse at 40 Centre Street in New York City as the “Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse.
The central question here is whether she just could not get any inspiring bills passed or if she just doesn’t give a rip and never tried. The answer is surprising.
Four of those bills were to rename U.S. Postal Service offices. Then there was another courthouse renaming, a commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, and another commemoration for the 225th Anniversary of the American Revolution.
Not exactly country-changing bills, right? But the kicker is that she couldn’t even pass these!
Talk about safe, inconsequential bills. Who would oppose a bill honoring wounded veterans? Amazingly, she couldn’t even get her feel-good, Purple Heart bill passed.
But when you look at what wasn’t there, the picture gets much worse.
There were no bills aiming to help take care of children. So much for the image that everyone has been trying so hard to construct this week.
So the answer to our central question is: she doesn’t care about working with others to get things accomplished…and she’s entirely incompetent at it when she tries at all.
You can keep calling that toad a princess all you want, but it’s still a toad. And there’s no princely kiss that will transform Hillary’s past into anything that would qualify her to be POTUS.
Source: National Review