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The presidential candidates answer the question here. Why don’t I believe a word Hillary says:

Middle class in her youth, Hillary Rodham was already on a promising track when she spent the summer of 1969 working her way across Alaska. The year before, her commencement speech at Wellesley College in defense of war protesters was such a hit she was featured in Life magazine.

In Alaska, she washed dishes in Mount McKinley National Park, the better of two brief menial jobs that financed her travels. “My worst job was sliming fish in a fish cannery in Valdez,” she said without hesitation.

The Democratic New York senator elaborated on this in her memoirs: standing in bloody water in knee-high boots on a pier removing salmon guts with a spoon; supervisors yelling when she didn’t slime fast enough; switching to the packing line where she reported spoiled fish to the boss, who soon fired her.

I certainly believe she’d be good at sliming. It’s just that when she starts reminiscing about her past in such vivid detail, it sets off the B.S. detector big time.

So, what was your worst job?

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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