True enough, as a smart, deservedly assertive woman, she certainly has been the victim of sexism countless times.
And, given her husband's infidelities, I also truly sympathize with her as a betrayed spouse.
But far too often, particularly during her contest with Bernie Sanders, far too many claimed any criticism -- much of it wholly justified -- was just one more example of sexism or other variations of victimhood.
But today I feel sorry for her again.
I really believe she's a victim here.
Donal Trump's 2005 comments about women -- revealed yesterday -- pretty much guarantee his vulgar language -- and possibly even worse actions -- will play a big part in Sunday's debate.
And that means -- it's already under way -- a claim that Bill Clinton is some type of sexual predator will likely be Trump's response.
Even if Mrs. Clinton declines to bring it up, I'm sure someone else will -- for all we know, Trump will do it.
Which brings me to this:
Her almost-certain ascension to the White House next month will likely be mired in the most degrading and desperate filth -- not hers, but that of her challenger and her husband.
Even if you don't like her, she deserves the chance other presidents -- yes, other men -- get: A fresh start.
I am among those who don't like her. I'm a liberal and I'll leave it that.
But today, I feel sorry for Hillary Clinton.