Category: Accomplished

Trump cheated to beat Hillary

After 240 years of all male presidents, the smartest, most dedicated and experienced leader ever to run for the office of president—Hillary Clinton—a woman beloved around the world and by the vast a majority of Americans, was cheated of her rightful place as the winner of the 2016 U.S. presidential election by the collective cheating…

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Because there is no good reason not to and hundreds of reasons why we need Hillary to be president!

This is amazing and beautiful!  You have stoical old Dems tearing up from this.  Brava Hillary on a positive election campaign rife with high integrity and honesty!  Glad to see that you don’t need to showcase how vile Donald Trump is anymore—even just using his own words.  Trust me: we get it!  We have your…

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Because, like major league sports fans, I care about qualifications

The Giants won an exciting season finale this afternoon at AT&T Park in an unlikely sweep of the Dodgers, qualifying to play against the Mets next Wednesday, in a quest for the National League wildcard slot for baseball’s post-season playoffs. As much as I enjoy baseball, my mind is on matters of slightly greater import…

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Because of respect for her “intellect, experience and courage”

This is a quote from today’s endorsement of Ms. Clinton by the New York Times editors, entited “Hillary Clinton for President.“  This is such a well-written endorsement, it is really impossible to say it any better than they have.  Here is a small excerpt to whet your appetite but please click the link to go…

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Why vote for Hillary . . . in a gorgeous infographic

[Adminisrator’s Note:  This is being re-posted from a widely-shared Facebook post by Venessa Scrivano Kelley because it is too good not to share more broadly.]  From Venessa: This started out as a friendly challenge from a good friend who plans to vote for Trump. He said, “I look forward to you outlining your rationale for…

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An able leader since the ’60s

The first time Hillary was president was when she became class president at Wellesley.  Even in her early twenties in college, Hillary was willing to put herself out in a leadership role, work hard for votes and do a good job listening to both her constituents as well as the established governing bodies. Michael Kruse…

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Because she is NOT a security threat, unlike Trump

It is just not the norm for high-level U.S. security professionals to come out and endorse one candidate because the other candidate poses a threat to national security. However, Donald Trump, who security insiders think has been turned into an unwitting shill for Vladimir Putin because of a little flattery, is scaring more than just…

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Because she’s a trans role model

Hillary in a Transformed Age by Valerie Gardner, posted 7/29/16 As the dust settles from the Democrats’ surprisingly fierce primary skirmish and the party reorients towards unity following the Convention, there’s another undercurrent of cultural transformation taking shape in 2016 that could be said to have been as much as six hundred years in the…

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Because #he’s with her

President Obama gives Hillary one of the finest endorsements ever provided by a sitting president to a candidate.  He did so enthusiastically right after the primaries with the below video. And he did so in spectacular style at the Democratic convention, in what was possibly the best speech he has ever given.  The standout line…

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Hillary is the most endorsed candidate in history

First of all, if you don’t know Nate Silver’s site, fivethirtyeight.com, then you are missing a whole lotta really good political polling analysis among other things. Second, history has shown that in presidential elections, the level of endorsements a candidate receives from current political leaders is one of the best predictors of which candidates will…

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Because it is time to elect a woman as president

The New York Times posed the following question to readers:  Tell us, is it important to elect a woman as president?  Thousands shared their views and the link above represents a sampling of responses received, with some condensation and editing by Times editors.  It is worth reading and, more importantly, it is worthwhile to ask…

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Bernie for Vice President!

The Democratic debate was quite exhilarating.  We learned that Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton differ on a few issues, like gun control and how to deal with excessive corporate power. But, for those watching carefully, the key exchanges revealed more about how much Bernie and Hillary have in common than how different they are! For…

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Inspiration enough for Emojis

I am a fan of Hillary’s, even though she isn’t flashy, wacky, or trying overly hard to be cool.  The fact is, she is really smart, totally hardworking, compassionate and up to the challenge of leading this country.  It’s true that Obama is a pretty hard act to follow and Bernie is more exciting, because…

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A History of Firsts

[Adapted from Wikipedia] Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton (born October 26, 1947) is an American politician who served as the 67th United States Secretary of State under President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2013. The wife of the 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton, she was First Lady of the United States during his…

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Would you hire this Lady?

RESUME of Hillary Rodham Clinton* American legal activist and politician who served as the 67th United States Secretary of State under President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2013. Served as First Lady to the 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton from 1993 to 2001. She served as a United States Senator from New…

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