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USWCC endorses Hillary based on anatomy

There was a time when the name “Chamber of Commerce” held a level of clout and credibility as an organization who advocated for businesses, especially small businesses.

This week I received a press release from the US Women’s Chamber of Commerce (USWCC) announcing their endorsement for Hillary Clinton.

My initial reaction was “Oh great. Women endorsing a woman just because she’s a woman.” But I decided to shake that notion off and give it some more scrutiny.

Hillary’s not the only woman in the race, so I had to wonder why Carly Fiorina, an accomplished businesswoman didn’t receive the nod. There was no explanation of that on the website.

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