Hillary Rodham Clinton gave her rousing speech last evening at the Democratic National Convention. Swooning Obama supporters, she uttered what, to them, were words on golden plates descended from heaven and translated by Joseph Smith descendants: "Barack Obama is my candidate and he must be our president."
Many believe the failed candidate in her impressive run for the White House--a run which no other female has accomplished, at least without embarrassment--demonstrates her status as one of the most powerful women in the world. Not so according to LiveScience.com. In their post "The Most Powerful Modern Women Leaders" Senator Clinton did not make the Top Ten.
Brits, Germans, Indians and Asians are there. Even an Israeli and a Pakistani rank. But the senator from New York is conspicuously absent.
From my view, whether Clinton should be absent from LiveScience's Top Ten is debatable. She certainly is one capable female. However, I have no doubt whether she should be absent from the White House. The trick now will be to insure her candidate is absent as well.
With that, I am...