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Published:November 18th, 2015 13:31 EST

Voters Compare Hillary Clinton to Malifecent and Cinderella's Wicked Stepmother

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Likely voters who participated in an Ohio focus group conducted by the University of Pennsylvania described Hillary Clinton with adjectives such as: Domineering, uptight, and calculating, according to an NBC News report.


Although Clinton was praised for her toughness, with one participant saying "she`s got some balls,` much of the group`s discussion focused on her desire for power and issues with her ability to be honest.

Among the adjectives used by participants to describe Clinton were: Domineering, uptight, icy, polarizing, and calculating.

Perhaps even worse for Clinton were the responses when the group was asked to compare her to a fictional character. Clinton was compared to Cinderella`s wicked stepmother, Disney villain Malifecent, a perturbed Tasmanian Devil, and the shrew from Shakespeare`s Taming of the Shrew. "

Washington Free Beacon

Hillary Clinton has enviable name recognition, a formidable war chest, and the support of the Democratic establishment, but is she "likeable enough" to be elected President of the United States?

With a racist clown and the most stupid brain surgeon in the world leading the GOP polls, Hillary might be forgiven for measuring the drapes at the White House, but the results of an Ohio focus group should give her reason to worry.

I despise Hillary with an unquenchable hatred that even Hell can`t contain, but I`m relieved to know that everyday people share my distrust and fear of the Democratic frontrunner.

Domineering, uptight, and icy might be good traits if Hillary was interested in applying to be the Madam at a brothel for lesbians, but those qualities aren`t going to get her elected President of the United States.

No American wants the Tasmanian Devil or Cinderella`s wicked stepmother in the Oval Office.

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