“…the candidate who hasn’t done any [or all of these] might be advised to get some more experience.”
Might be advised? For those without experience, it’s too late to bolster their CVs for the upcoming shot at the White House.
Whatever they might do would be so transparent as to be laughable. But given the egos of those who’ve little or no experience — and that’s inclusive of all parties — there’s still that chance they’ll try. Certainly they’ll wordsmith whatever they can to show, no matter how pathetically, that they’ve got the right stuff. Or they’ll just invoke the Clinton’s, particularly Hillary’s, lament of “politics of personal destruction.”p>Realistically, though, will any of these experience-lite candidates heed Ms. Rubin’s well-intentioned advice? Of course. That’ll immediately follow Al Gore correcting intentional exaggerations about anthropogenic global warming br> — C. Kenna Amos br> Princeton, West Virginia /p> p> Ms. Rubin’s column is staying on my fridge until the elections.