[guest post by Dana]
In a rather bland video, Hillary formally announced that she is running for president. Clearly the image-makeover is well underway as we see a congenial, gracious and compassionate Hillary informing us that she wants to be our champion.
Americans have fought their way back from tough economic times, but the deck is still stacked in favor of those at the top,” Clinton says, speaking to the camera in front of her home in Chappaqua. “Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion.
Because when families are strong, America is strong.”
As to Hillary being the woman for the White House, another woman begs to differ:
“I think our nation is at a pivotal time, so anyone who wants to be president or commander-in-chief needs a track record of leadership and accomplishment and trustworthiness. Hillary Clinton is a highly intelligent woman, hardworking, she’s dedicated her life to public service. But unfortunately, she does not have a track record of accomplishment or transparency,” Fiorina says.
“After the famous reset with Russia, Russia is now a more powerful adversary than it was when she became secretary of state. Our relationship with Israel has deteriorated dramatically. The Middle East is in flames. And of course she has not been transparent. She told us for weeks after the purposeful terrorist attack in Benghazi that this was the result of an American video in a demonstration gone bad, and now we learn that she has used a private email server and a private email system for the most sensitive of communications while she was secretary of state.
“She doesn’t have a track record of leadership or trustworthiness. She’s not the woman for the White House.”
(H/T Weekly Standard)