Palomino’s latest speaks for itself.

“I pray that Hillary Clinton decides to run for president of the United States,” Pelosi said at a panel discussionin Little Rock, Arkansas. “Let’s set aside for a moment the fact that she’s a woman. As a person, she would be the most qualified person to enter the White House in modern history.”

Pelosi said Clinton’s as first lady, Clinton “saw first hand the challenges and urgency and weight of the world on the shoulders of the president.” Pelosi also cited Clinton’s time in the Senate, and her record as secretary of State as justification for the high praise.

“Nobody has been first lady, senator and now secretary of State,” she said. “So putting everything aside that she is a woman, she’d be the best qualified person we’ve seen — with all due respect to President Clinton when he went in, President Obama, and President Bush and everybody else.”

Pelosi and her party support a current president who came to the office with absolutely no qualifications. They ran the clod against a war hero who has been in the Senate for a zillion years, and then a former governor who had saved the Olympics and dozens of private companies during his career. Democrats cast him as a monster, despite being probably the most pristine candidate either party has ever nominated, and despite his policy record being down the middle to moderately left of center.

Under Hillary’s watch at State, we only lost Egypt to Islamists and four Americans including an ambassador to a terrorist attack in Libya, another country that Hillary helped move in the direction of Islamist influence. But hey, what difference does any of that make? It happened a long time ago, as in last year.

Democrats don’t care about qualifications. They care about power.