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While Mrs. Willard was having her hair and make-up done for a television interview with KTVN Thursday she said that she never wanted her life to be 'this hard'.  She went on to say:

“I think my biggest worry would be for his mental well being. I have all the confidence in the world of his ability, his decisiveness, his leadership skills, his understand of the economy, his understanding of what’s missing right now. The pieces that are missing to get the jump started. So for me I think it would be the emotional part of it.

Annie Dearest, might I suggest that you hold up a mirror and take a really good, hard look.  You had better get a grip on yourself.  Your husband, with you by his side, has asked the American people to elect him to be their leader.  Instead you refer him 'running the country' not 'leading' as President Obama is/has.  You ask for the honour of representing and leading us and we expect you to act as if it's a privilege, not a burden.  We are entitled to have a full picture of who we are choosing as a leader.

When things get tough you talk down to 'you people' tell us that we have no right to see your taxes and further insult with the statement “My horse has more style and more class in its hoof than they do in their whole deal”.  By now we are all wondering when the mask is going to slip further and the real frazzeled woman be on full view.  

We didn't have long to wait until the mask hit the floor when you said:

"Stop it. This is hard. You want to try it? Get in the ring,"
Now you completely lose it, or just tell the truth for once, that you worry that your husband is not emotionally competent enough for the job he wants so desperately.

If the people running for the highest office in the land, and yes that includes you, buckle under the stress of campaigning, how will your emotional well being hold up should your husband win?

Did you not realize that the reason candidates must go through the viciousness of campaigning is to test them in all areas, including emotional toughness, and how they deal with a crisis.

Your comments referring to your concerns regarding the "emotional part" for Willard should he win, showed as much about you as it did your husband.  

You are no secret weapon for the campaign.  You have proven yourself to be a weapon of mass destruction.   Your grasp on reality is not firm enough for you to be our FLOTUS.


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