I understand the taking out of context and the mischaracterization.
Well, Tim, let's put this in context.
Let's look at the entire context.
. . .let's look at the context here.
Now, I think it's important to take a look at the entire context here.
But you know, Tim, I think that it's only fair to look at the entire context . . .
Also, Hillary is running on her "35 years of experience". She is a U.S. Senator who has been in office for not quite 8 years. She has 20 years experience of being either the First Lady of Arkansas or the First Lady of the United States; hardly relevant political experience. Where does she figure this 35 years? No doubt, she is a smart woman, but she overstates her experience and runs from her record. Look at what she said when Russert pressed on about her vote to give Bush war powers:
Now, we can sit here and argue about 2002 or we can say what has happened since and what needs to happen going forward in the future.
In other words, "Let's not talk about my record, Tim." I am all for a woman as President of the United States. Hillary just isn't my choice. It is my belief that the Democrats, and the nation, would be best served if the junior U.S. Senator from New York would drop out of the race. As that isn't likely that will happen any time soon, it is therefore time for Democrats to smack her down at every primary and caucus in this year's presidential campaign. If she becomes the nominee, I will be very disappointed, as I cannot vote for any of the Republicans, and I think Hillary is a politician who wavers with the political wind. I hope that isn't the choice remaining when it's all said and done.