If Hillary Clinton had a different name and if Obama would not have the unquestionable support of African Americans and Liberal freaks, both of them would have long been out of office due to their miserable records. Really, tell me what Fly-Around-The-World-Hillary has accomplished on the issue of Mid-East Peace, The Arab Spring, Syria, Iran, North Korea? I mean, Americans can’t even adopt babies from Russia anymore!
And Obama? Well, he was a member of the Senate Majority who together with then-Speaker Pelosi ran the economy into the ground in 2007 and 2008. Four years later and most economic numbers are worse than almost all months that Bush was in office. In 1945 and in 1957 the USA has steeper and more devastating GDP and Job Market declines than in late 2008, yet the economy and the job market were booming again within a year.
With this in mind, read the following from the USA Today: A USA TODAY/Gallup Poll on whom Americans admire the most reveals something new, and something not so new: Hillary Rodham Clinton is once again the most admired woman, and Barack Obama is once again the most admired man…
Although admiration for Obama dimmed somewhat during his first term, his vote tally nearly doubled from 2011 to this year. That’s his biggest bump in votes since 2008, when Obama jumped from relative obscurity as a U.S. senator to win his first presidential election.
Clinton — named 16 times since 1993 — continues an uninterrupted decade as Most Admired Woman. The former first lady was named by more people than since 1998, when she was undergoing the impeachment ordeal.
First lady Michelle Obama no longer plays second fiddle to Oprah Winfrey, who was No. 2 in 2011. She swapped places with the television mogul this year. Former secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is No. 4. Tied at fifth are former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, Queen Elizabeth II, former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher and Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenage girl activist, gravely wounded by the Taliban for daring to go to school, according to the poll.