Hillary Clinton Just Proved Once and For All She Has No Business Being President
Whatever Hillary Clinton may have said in the past that had you shaking your head in disbelief, forget about it. Her latest remarks should be all it takes to demonstrate beyond any shadow of a doubt that she is not qualified to lead the nation. Last Friday she spoke at a campaign rally in Boston, and she said had this to say about how the economy works:
Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs.
You know, that old theory, trickle-down economics, that has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly.
You know, one of the things my husband says when people say “Well, what did you bring to Washington?” he said, “Well, I brought arithmetic.”
Certainly, government has been getting bigger, and if another Democrat is elected, we can expect it will grow bigger still. But let’s look at the numbers. Even under Democratic administrations, government jobs have grown only 1 to 2 million in number.
In contrast, private businesses create tens of millions of jobs annually, depending upon the support they receive from the party in power in Washington.
If we want our economy to grow and prosper, we must elect a president who understands that capitalism works. We need someone who knows that business is the backbone of our economic security. And yes, big businesses are important, but we also need a president who makes opportunities for small businesses to flourish. Small business is and always has been the backbone of the American economy.
Clearly, that person is not Hillary Clinton.