Originally posted by normbenign
The GOP is undergoing a vetting process with primary elections, debates, and campaigning to inform the voting public of the candidate's qualifications.
On the other side, we have a virtual coronation of a person who has already proven to be totally incompetent as a Secretary of State, and complaisant over the years to all sorts of malpractice by her hu ...[text shortened]... an outsider, if the outsider is more morally and intellectually competent than the alternative.
You may indeed argue Hillary's morals, but I would advise caution in the "intellectually competent" area. Hillary (regardless of what you think of her) is a smart lady. An honor student all through school, she graduated from Wellesley college as class president, and also graduated with honors from Yale Law school.
It's interesting that you throw all kinds of hateful remarks about Hillary with little evidence to back it up. I've watched Secretaries of State come and go for 40+ years, and Hillary seemed to be at least as good as the rest, regardless of partisan affiliation. As far as morals go, I followed The Donald's business affairs for many years now, and do not see where The Donald has cornered the market on morality. The Donald's business deals over the years are fraught with many examples of of legally questionable moves. Frankly, I don't see a massive moral difference between the two.
I would conclude your distaste for Hillary is more a product of your emotions, than of the facts.