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Let me try again: Is Hillary Clinton qualified to be President? Note to idjuts: "answers" with Bush in 'em...

WILL BE REPORTED!!! If you don't want to (or, more likely, can not) answer the question with something approaching the maturity and mentality of a post-teen then s**u!!! For those demonstrating the capacity to read this far, here is what I want to know: I'm looking for something a bit more substantive than the fact that she's been a Senator for six years and the fact that she claims to have been co-president for eight years. I'm looking for evidence of executive qualifications. Does she have executive qualifications? If you think so, could you detail them specifically for me? Thanks!

Asked By: Eddie J - 5/8/2007
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Yes, I do think she has excellent qualifications to be President... More
Answered By: Elway_the_Cat - 5/8/2007
Additional Answers (15)
NO.
Answered By: Happy1 - 5/8/2007
 
.Here is a list of her accomplishments as senator. . . . . . . . . .
Answered By: FLOYD R - 5/8/2007
 
Until she gets the job who can really say. I would not vote for her, but, if elected she could surprise us all and be great.
Answered By: Klaatu - 5/8/2007
 
i will just report you for double posting the same question and making up your own rules for a question and telling people what they can and can not say. its called freedom of speech and you are infringing on that.
Answered By: annie white - 5/8/2007
 
i don't have anything further than the fact she was 1st lady and NY state senator, I think that qualifies her enough. Who has more experience than she that is running? John McCain might be it. I think her polarizing quality makes her a bad choice for the Democrats.
Answered By: Danny Bmore - 5/8/2007
 
I reckon you are a fuckhead eh If you don't want people to answer how they feel, because you might not like it, then why bother asking
Answered By: reichmanix - 5/8/2007
 
She's probably qualified but there's a difference between qualified and wanting a given person for the job. Many don't like her stances on issues and her policy goals. She's probably "smart" enough to get experience folks to help in areas necessary. Being 1st lady, and the type of person she is, she probably saw... More
Answered By: dapixelator - 5/8/2007
 
She's been on the Wal Mart board for six years some time ago for one.
Answered By: Don W - 5/8/2007
 
BUSH bankrupted 3 businesses before becoming governor... More
Answered By: DinoJesus! - 5/8/2007
 
I have seen no evidence of executive qualifications. I will not ever vote for her.
Answered By: Sunshine315 - 5/8/2007
 
If you are looking for "Constitutional Qualifications", yes she is a "Native Born" American and definitely over the minimum age to run for President of the United States... More
Answered By: Jim - 5/8/2007
 
of course she is not qualified...no more than the ceo of general motors wife is qualified to run that co.
Answered By: dojoman - 5/8/2007
 
Not of this country... More
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Answered By: bereal1 - 5/8/2007
 
Hillary Clinton is a graduate of Yale law... More
Answered By: smedrik - 5/8/2007
 
To me if hillary takes the white house were all gonna be screwed imagine how worse was here husband in combating terrorism you cant blame bush for not stopping 9/11 in 1999 Bin laden declared war againts the US 2 yrs before bush sat in that chair and Clinton did nothing, A ship got blown up and dozens of americans... More
Answered By: mz - 5/8/2007
 
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