05-04-2016, 04:07 AM
Hillary has absolutely no personality, no sense of humor, and a complete inability to engage voters on a personal level. I have no idea why anyone as colorful as Bill Clinton, the guy who went on MTV playing saxophone to engage young voters, would ever choose her as a wife, but it might explain why he cheated on her. If I were married to someone who never smiled, and dressed up in unfashionable frumpy gray suits with the same pearl necklace around her neck every day, I'd probably cheat too. Then again sometimes she does step it up a notch and change into navy blue frumpy suits. Most of her attire makes her look like, a head poking out the top of a box—a bland look which matches her even blander, near-stoic demeanor.
Trump, on the other hand, has tons of personality. Multiple personalities, even (LOL). He can simultaneously rub people the wrong way and they'll turn around and love him for it.
I really think people are underestimating Trump's potential in the general election. Trump basically nailed it when he said all Hillary has going for her is the woman card. She can probably make a lot of promises to minorities and try to snatch up that card as well, but Trump is reaching for the 'everybody else' card and that one is the winning hand. Hillary has an inability to initiate a connection with voters in any way, so unless they proactively come to her (as women and latinos have), she isn't going to be able to engage them. I'd like to see her try to go up to blue collar democrats and try to explain to them how she can beat Trump on anti-globalism, when she can't even manage a smile and a proper greeting.
If somehow Bernie manages to get nominated I'd say it'll be an interesting fight. He has substantially more personality than Hillary.