It may be time for a woman to be president, but it shouldn’t be Hillary Clinton.
When I was drafted into the infantry during the early 1950s she was still playing hopscotch; I earned $80 a month. During my teaching career, I began with $4,000 a year.
Hence, if you totaled my salaries for the first 20 years, it did not equal the $200,000 she earns for a sometimes-vacuous speech.
I’m not sure her knowledge can match her ego — and that doesn’t make a good president.
George Manos, Margate