The Incongruity: Second Most Prominent “First Lady” Challenged For Presidency Twice By “Unlikely” Rivals, And Could Lose Chance To Be First Woman President!

When history is written, the incongruity of what has been happening will make a great tale.

The second most prominent “First Lady” in American history is challenged for Presidency twice by “unlikely” rivals, and could lose her chance to be the first woman President.

The first time, a first term African American Senator from Illinois, with an African name and the middle name “Hussein” challenges this “First Lady”, and ends up as the 44th President of the United States, and employs the former “First Lady” as his Secretary of State.

The second time, after having served as Secretary of State. the former “First Lady” is challenged for the Presidency by an elderly Jewish Senator with strong democratic Socialist views, an independent from the small state of Vermont, and defeats her in New Hampshire, and could go on to be the 45h President of the United States!

Never before had we seen a woman seen as so serious a challenger for the Presidency!  Never had we seen an African American President!  Never had we seen a man over 70 by five years, and with clear but Socialist views, and of the Jewish faith, on the road to possible election as President of the United States!

American politics continues to be unpredictable!

15 comments on “The Incongruity: Second Most Prominent “First Lady” Challenged For Presidency Twice By “Unlikely” Rivals, And Could Lose Chance To Be First Woman President!

  1. Princess Leia February 12, 2016 9:45 am

    I thought that Hillary had her best debate of the election last night. The more I watch these two, the more I’m with Hillary – a pragmatic progressive like me. Also, Sanders is too negative for my tastes; I prefer Hillary’s more positive, yet not all rose-colored, outlook.

  2. Former Republican February 12, 2016 9:51 am

    As much as I like the guy, Sanders is simply not serious about foreign policy. Constantly saying, like a broken record, that you voted against the authorization of force in Iraq back in 2002, does NOT tell me much of anything about your foreign policy expertise or ideas about the world TODAY.

  3. Pragmatic Progressive February 12, 2016 10:02 am

    I agree with Former Republican. Foreign policy is the hole in Sanders’s political doughnut. We know what he doesn’t like, but there is far less clarity about what he does favor.

  4. Southern Liberal February 12, 2016 2:39 pm

    Neither Sanders nor Clinton has really discussed how they will get our Obstructionist Congress to go along with anything they want to accomplish.

  5. Former Republican February 12, 2016 5:04 pm

    I agree, Southern Liberal. It is disappointing that neither candidate is lending appropriate emphasis to winning back Congress, because that’s the only way to get anything of consequence done.

  6. Princess Leia February 12, 2016 9:29 pm

    Rational Lefty – I wonder if those on the People’s View blog are of an older generation, which could be why they aren’t too keen on Bernie.

  7. Former Republican February 12, 2016 10:22 pm

    Personally, I prefer that Smarty Pants blog that Princess Leia posted a link of.

  8. Rustbelt Democrat February 13, 2016 3:00 pm

    One thing we can all agree on – The Democratic debates make the Republican debates look cartoonish! LOL!

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