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Hillary Clinton Ranks Last On U.S. ‘Most Admired’ List, Behind Rush Limbaugh, Bush

” Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state who leads all 2016 presidential polls, ranks dead last on a new top 10 poll of who Americans admire most, and at the bottom of who the world admires most, behind celebs like Angelina Jolie and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

  According to the new YouGov.com poll conducted for the Times of London, Microsoft’s Bill Gates is the most admired person in the world, ahead of Pope Francis and President Obama, the runner-up on that list. Clinton ranks 27th on YouGov’s world list.”

Read more at the Examiner and YouGov.com

   As you can see above the only French join the countries Nigeria and Indonesia in placing Obama at the top of their list of “most admirable” individuals , while Barack’s heir apparent is down at #27 , behind such notables as Angelina Jolie , Oprah and Michael Jordan … LOL … “What difference does it make ?”


With All Due Respect …

Poll: Ted Cruz Third “Most Influential” World Leader, Behind Pope Francis, Barack Obama…





” Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has had the best year of any Republican and virtually anyone in the world, ranking third in Rasmussen Report’s new poll of the of the “most influential” people in the world, behind Pope Francis and President Obama.

  In the new poll, Cruz, who made headlines for trying to dismantle Obamacare, was the pick for the most influential of 11 percent. The pope was tops at 23 percent, Obama second at 21 percent.

  Among Republicans, Cruz was second behind the pope, with 19 percent calling the freshman senator and Tea Party leader the world’s most influential leader. Just 9 percent of Republicans said the same thing of Obama.

23% Pope Francis

21% Barack Obama

11% Ted Cruz

8% Edward Snowden “



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The Pope’s Self-Defeating Anti-Capitalistic Rant





” Pope Francis doesn’t have to thank capitalism, a system that has done far more to alleviate poverty, his pet crusade, than the institution he leads. But he should at least stop demonizing it—not least because it enables the very activity that he cherishes most: charity.