Clinton says the Difference between She and Obama is… Breasts

Perhaps the most telling moment of Tuesday nights boring, uninspired Democrat presidential debate was the moment that CNN’s Anderson Cooper asked Hillary Clinton why a Clinton presidency wouldn’t simply be a 3rd Obama term.

Her answer?

‘Because I have the anatomy of a human female.’

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I kid you not.

Anderson Cooper: Secretary Clinton, how would you not be a third term of President Obama?

Hillary Clinton: Well, I think that’s pretty obvious. I think being the first woman president would be quite a change from the presidents we’ve had up until this point, including President Obama.

Anderson Cooper: Is there a policy difference?

Hillary Clinton: Well, there’s a lot that I would like to do to build on the successes of President Obama, but also, as I’m laying out, to go beyond. And that’s in my economic plans, how I would deal with the prescription drug companies, how I would deal with college, how I would deal with a full range of issues that I’ve been talking about throughout this campaign to go further.

Notice she doesn’t actually say anything (not one thing) that she would actually do different. What about her economic plans, or colleges or drug company plans would be any different? ‘Oh… you’ll see, I’ll be SUPER different.’

 That’s really not that helpful, Hillary.

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