There will always be naysayers. Even those who we now see as previous great Presidents had their doubters... Lincoln, FDR, Kennedy, etc. Granted there are things that have been accomplished in this administration that should have been done differently, but decisions are made by more than one person. As for the lack of verbal skills, I find that more acceptable than those who persistently give the public a "canned" or practiced response. Just because you can speak professionally does not mean that you have all of the answers. It just means that you speak well. Having worked in law enforcement, I have found that many criminals have advanced communications skills. Case and point is all of the corporate crime that you hear about these days. Skilling & Lay (Enron) didn't get filthy rich talking like idiots. Neither did the Rigas family (Adelphia). All I can say is... if our country puts Hillary in office, I may have to look for a foreign assignment. Besides, there will already be plenty of "comedic fodder" for her eight years in office as co-President.