I’ve never really had a desire to talk to a President or Presidential candidate, much less ask a question. Oh, I’ve thought a few living and deceased Presidents would have been or be interesting to spend a little time with, but to actively seek them out? No. That has changed this Presidential election cycle.
If I were able to talk to one candidate, it’d be Hillary Clinton. And I’d have a question for her, in two parts:
“Mrs. Clinton, if I were working for the government and had accessed and stored my work/government emails on a private, insecure server, edited classified material and deleted these emails, would I have broken the law and should I be punished according to the law? If so, what makes what you did any different?”
Hillary promotes herself as someone with experience. A lot was made about event in Benghazi, Libya, but what came out of that has become even more troubling, her access and storage of government emails.
I daresay that had anyone else with less political connections, clout and name done the exact same thing she did – especially if we’re regular Joe-nobodies – we’d be in jail already.
But Hillary remains a candidate and no charges have been brought against her, even though material was found on her server that was so classified – which isn’t surprising considering she was Sec. of State – that even the special investigator couldn’t initially look at it.
As an aside Democrats, y’all are in quite a pickle. do you nominate the crook, the raging socialist, or the nobody?
Read this article from the Wall Street Journal for a head’s up.