Why Hillary Would Clobber Sarah or Nikki in 2016

hillary clintonThe moral of the story is that polls show Hillary Clinton would win in an epic landslide against any Republican in 2012, and I believe an even more epic landslide against Sarah Palin or Nikki Haley in 2016, because Clinton has qualifications and experience far out of their league, and because:

Hillary Clinton fights for American workers and American women while Palin and Haley side against them on the great issues.

Hillary Clinton stands for equality and fairness while Palin and Haley represent the interests of elites who profit from unfairness and inequality.

Hillary Clinton stands for a world that is not threatened by climate change and benefits from new clean energy while Palin and Haley stand with Big Oil, big polluters and flat-earth global-warming deniers.

Hillary Clinton stands for equal pay for women in ways that Palin and Haley would not even dare to dream of and in fact vehemently oppose.

Hillary Clinton stands for the strength and resolve that led to the demise of Osama bin Laden while Sarah Palin and Nikki Haley make weak excuses for the weathervane who can’t make up his mind about killing bin Laden in Pakistan (or anything else).

Brent BudowskyHillary Clinton stands for a government that creates millions of jobs and stood at the epicenter of a Bill Clinton presidency that brought landmark economic success while the former mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, could not finish one mediocre term as governor, and the current governor of South Carolina is less popular in her state than President Obama.

You bet, Hillary Clinton wins a first-round knockout today, tomorrow and forever against Sarah Palin, Nikki Haley and probably any other Republican pretender!

Brent Budowsky
The Hill 

Published by the LA Progressive on May 4, 2012
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About Brent Budowsky

Brent Budowsky served as Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Lloyd Bentsen, responsible for commerce and intelligence matters, including one of the core drafters of the CIA Identities Law. Served as Legislative Director to Congressman Bill Alexander, then Chief Deputy Whip, House of Representatives. Currently a member of the International Advisory Council of the Intelligence Summit. Left government in 1990 for marketing and public affairs business including major corporate entertainment and talent management. He can be reached at brentbbi@webtv.net.