While Bill lied about Monica Lewinsky, the 21-year-old unpaid intern that he was having an affair with, Hillary stood by his side. However, recently, Hillary declared every woman who suffers sexual violence should be heard, but where was she when Carolyn Moffet, Paula Corbin, Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick were being violated by her own husband?
Her choice to stand next to a deceitful man makes me believe she is not a good candidate for presidency. Hillary wasn’t strong enough to demand respect from her husband, so why should we believe she has the strength to run the country?
She’s also physically fragile. With seizures and fainting, Hillary’s 2008 campaign manager admitted to media that she was physically weak. If she lacks the stamina to make it through a press conference, why should we believe that she can physically lead the country?
Hillary cannot own her opinions, but feels the need to address her gender every time she steps onto a podium. In every speech she mentions that she is a woman, as if we couldn’t see that for ourselves. As a woman myself, I think a woman president would be a great change for our country, but Hillary isn’t the lady for the job.
Hillary was not a believer of same-sex marriage. She stood by her husband’s side while he signed the Defense of Marriage Act, which allowed states to refuse to recognize same-sex marriage.
Instead of actually having her own views, she is basing it off of what will get her votes. If she can’t decide where she stands on issues, why should we believe that she can actually achieve solutions and create systematic plans in government?
The reason I will not be voting for Hillary Clinton is because despite her religion, viewpoints or the power she received from her husband, she is not mentally strong or physically able to successfully run a country.