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Published:June 14th, 2016 16:22 EST

Nothing Historic About Hillary Clinton's Nomination! Woman Succeeding Because of Famous Spouse is Old Story!

By Robert Paul Reyes

In 2008 Hillary Clinton underplayed the historical significance of her gender as she strove to become the first female presidential nominee of a major party.

Eight years later Clinton achieved her lifelong goal in large part by playing the "woman card" as if it were the only card in her deck. Hillary`s "I`m With Her" slogan underscored her gender, I`m surprised her logo didn`t include an image of a vagina.

The media spent last week talking up Hillary`s historic achievement as the first female nominee for president of a major party. The press and professional feminists may be gaga over Hillary clinching the Democratic nomination, but ordinary folks, male and female, aren`t impressed.

President Obama lost what little credibility he had left by saying: I don`t think there`s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office.

According to a new poll from Vox only about a third of Americans think Hillary securing the nomination marks a "historic" moment. After all what`s so historic about a woman securing an important position because she was married to a powerful figure? I`ve lost count how many times a woman has been chosen to fill out the remaining term of her late husband who happened to be a congressman or a senator.

Does anyone really think that the socially awkward, latent lesbian Hillary Clinton who screeches like a witch on crack would be the presumptive Democratic nominee if she wasn`t the wife of former president Bill Clinton?

Congratulations Hillary! Remaining in your marriage of political expedience, enabling your pathologically sick husband paid off! But karma can be a real bitch, it would be poetic justice if you lost the general election to a carnival barker, female-hating clown.

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