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Rush Limbaugh Says Hillary Does Have This ONE Major Accomplishment – What Is It?

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Earlier this week at the Democrat presidential debate, Hillary Clinton offered up the one thing that sets her apart from President Obama, and the one thing that allegedly makes her a Washington “outsider” – she’s a woman.

At one point during the debate, Clinton said “I can’t think of anything more of an outsider than electing the first woman president.”

She then explained that fears of her simply being a third term for Obama were unfounded because “being the first woman president would be quite a change from the presidents we’ve had up until this point, including President Obama.”

Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh joked – “Did you know Hillary Clinton is a woman?  I know that in some people’s minds the jury is still out, but she admitted it last night.”

Limbaugh explained that Hillary is playing the ‘woman’ card because she has to – it’s the only accomplishment she can lay claim to in her political career.

Take a listen …

Via Mediaite:

Rush Limbaugh took to the air Wednesday to ask his listeners if they are aware “Hillary Clinton is a woman.”

“I don’t know about you, but I kind of get the idea… I get it… she’s told us enough that she’s a woman,” Limbaugh conceded.

Limbaugh suggested that Clinton constantly reminds people that she’s a woman because “that’s her only accomplishment.”

“She can’t let five minutes go by last night without reminding everybody that she is a woman, and all of this is predicated on she’s a victim, and being a woman makes her an outsider,” Limbaugh said.

When your record at the State Department consists of covering up the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi and conducting all of your business on an illegal email server, where else can you go but to scream ‘Yeah, well I’m a woman!’

Comment:  Is Rush right, does Hillary have any accomplishments politically beyond possibly being the first female President?

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