“(I)t is important to recognize that Hillary, the believer in the Social Gospel, and women’s and children’s rights, is still the person whose core values have never changed. (And) she hopefully has learned how wrong it is to be so protective of her personal privacy.”
William Chafe writing in The News & Observer
“Voting for Clinton perpetuates the lesser-evil system they’ve been fighting. By giving their vote to the “safe” liberal, voters continue to give life to this system,” says a Duke Ph.D. candidate.
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Poll data suggest that Americans do not trust Hillary or her character. “The best way for Clinton to respond to all this is to talk candidly, and emotionally, about the values she learned as a child and a young woman,” writes historian Bill Chafe, author of “Hillary and Bill: The Clintons and the Politics of the Personal.” “Doing so would clarify, dramatically, the foundational beliefs that have guided virtually all of her political activities.”
The Cleveland Plain Dealer