posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 08:43 PM
It’s not every day one is chosen the “Most Admired Woman in the World,” but winning the honor seventeen times in the last twenty years is a
global accolade of unprecedented significance. As Hillary Clinton remains hospitalized for treatment of the blood clot discovered in her head after a
fall and concussion, one bit of good cheer arrived in the form of a Gallup Poll on the topic of “most admired men and women.” In winning the honor
she shares with her male counterpart, President Barack Obama (who was chosen as the “Most Admired Man In the World”), Clinton becomes the “Most
Admired” more than any other woman in Gallup’s history:
Most admired more than any other woman in Gallup's history! That's quite an accomplishment.
Some of us love her, some of us hate her, but around the world, the entire world, she has been named the most admired 17 total times. That's more than
anyone else ever has. That's saying something. Love her or hate her, you gotta respect that. It's no small accomplishment and she is no "average
I can't say that I've ever admired any woman as much as I admire her. Think about it. Love or hate, admiration is something that we respect, that we
look to as knowledgable, that we would use as an example when pointing something out. That's not the same as "like" or "attracted to" or "in love
with", it's "admired".
I'm my own opinion, she should be the President right now, not Obama. I do hope she runs when his term is up, I would most certainly vote for her. She
is a remarkable lady.
More than any other woman in history
and she "won" by a significant margin!
edit on 3-1-2013 by kthxbai because: (no reason given)