Do you think Hillary Clinton is experienced?

Someone recently posted that he/she might vote for Hillary based on her experience, amongst other things. On one hand, she has served as First Lady, was involved with the national health care plan under Bill Clinton, and probably has other credentials. On the other hand, she is a first term senator from New York. She has only been elected to office once. So I reask the question, "Do you think Hillary Clinton is experienced?"

Asked By: Pythagoras - 7/1/2007
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Her claim is that she got her experience in her husbands administration so let's look... More
Answered By: Kathi - 7/1/2007
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Sure she is, after f*****g Bill Clinton, who wouldn't be?
Answered By: billsquagmire - 7/1/2007
She is experienced at smearing all those who advanced allegations against her husband. That count?
Answered By: hedddon - 7/1/2007
I do not like Hillary, but it has nothing to do with experience. Someone without that much experience could be much better at the job then someone who has. It is 'what' they have done, the quality of the experience, not the quantity. Listening to the candidates ideas, are they fresh? or are they just yelled a bit... More
Answered By: i'mok - 7/1/2007
Oh sure she is, she is very experienced at enforcing what she wants by any means available.
Answered By: scarlettt_ohara - 7/1/2007
Sorry, she needs at least 2 more terms before anyone should take her seriously, Her husband was Governor for how long, think of that. We need experience not popularity.
Answered By: Greg - 7/1/2007
she has seen 1st hand what it takes to be president, lived it even... More
Answered By: speckofdust7billion - 7/1/2007
she has drive ambition and a lust for power. she has experience in manipulation,coercion, deceit and collecting / spending $$ with the you help me and I'll Support" x to help get "y" to fund 'zzz" unless something else better comes aong then the $ will be used for that "deal"or for her travel expenses...
Answered By: cyansure - 7/1/2007
You do know you could use the same question for Bush jr. People can argue that one from both sides but the truth is he wasnt that much experienced when he ran... More
Answered By: phule_poet - 7/1/2007
Actually Hillary Clinton has been elected 2 times, not just once... More
Answered By: tgbear - 7/1/2007
The question is relative... More
Answered By: FascFiter - 7/1/2007
Yes, and a good candidate for the Democratic Party. My being a Liberal...I won't vote for her unless it's between her and a Republican. She's the lesser of the evils.
Answered By: Don W - 7/1/2007
One correction, she is not a first term senator, but a second term senator, and she was re-elected this time around with a 67% majority... More
Answered By: Elway_the_Cat - 7/1/2007
She is very experienced, unfortunately she is a life long Demlican who believes in taxes even though she knows that our tax dollars are wasted on Oh God anything. Our government isn't frugal on anything and hers and the Republicrats congress our a joke not doing the peoples work. I will co mend her for her attempt to... More
Answered By: wakemovement - 7/1/2007
She's been elected twice. Senators serve six-year terms, and she was elected in 2000. She's a Class I Senator, so her term expires in 2013, unless she becomes President. And yes, I do believe she is experienced enough.
Answered By: Jeremiah - 7/1/2007
Hilary Clinton is where she is today because of her husband. She isn't that experienced.
Answered By: audge_wallish - 7/1/2007
She is only experienced at cheating, lying, stealing and murdering (remember Vince Foster?) The woman should be in an orange jumpsuit, and behind bars. Anyone who votes for her is a complete nut case.
Answered By: Armygirl91 - 7/2/2007
Hillary was the former Head of the State Department dujring which time four prominant americans lost their lives at the embassy in Bengazi. They lost their lives because the State Department refused supply the additional security support requested by the embassy on at least four occasions. What ever happened to the... More
Answered By: zahbudar - 1/30/2014
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