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NY Times: Resumes R Us
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Apparently the criticism that Hillary is lacking some executive experience is finding its mark. So the NY Times rides to the rescue with an unintentionally hilarious article which explains: “Mrs. Clinton has never led a large enterprise, a point her Republican rival Rudolph W. Giuliani has made in recent days. She has overseen a Senate office (staff of 55), a first lady’s office (staff of 25), an ill-fated ‘health-care task force’ (involving 511 people), a presidential campaign (staff of more than 500) — and attended many, many meetings (‘I’ve decided to declare meetings as my major,’ Mrs. Clinton wrote jokingly in a letter in her college days).”

Where to start? Well, first I am certain there are some Wellesley alumni society and PTA meetings which the Times left out in its resume padding. But seriously, is “running a mean meeting” the best they can do? Wouldn’t this work better?

 

Position Wanted: Leader of the Free World.

 

 

Experience: Organized meetings that result in failed health care plan; Opposed welfare reform; Participated in Iraq oversight hearings and defamed decorated general; Led Rose Law Firm document production team; and Voted against ABA rated well qualified judicial nominees.

 

Greatest Strength: Last Name

 

Greatest Weakness: Not good at adding figures over $100M

 

References: Bill

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