Columbia University: Hillary Clinton, Least Likeable Public Figure, Manages to Make Herself Less Likeable

If one were to take a survey of the American electorate and ask them to rate political figures on a scale of likeability, it’s anyone’s guess who may come in as most likable. But as difficult as it may be to rate the most likable pols, the least likable may be even harder; I mean, the candidates are all up against some pretty stiff competition. But at the top spot as the least likable American political figure, well, that’s easy. We’re talking, after all, about a person who rode someone else’s coattails into public prominence, enriched herself through corrupt real-estate and investing schemes, carpetbagged herself into a Senate seat, and served as Barack Obama’s Secretary of State, as President Obama clearly adhered to the maxim, “Keep your friends close, and your enemies, closer.” This person combines all the charm and warmth of the Spanish Inquisition with a sense of entitlement the size of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, and once ran an entire presidential campaign on the primary point of “It’s my turn, peasants!”

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