1. Hillary Clinton has more political experience than Barack Obama. By claiming this, I take it that she’s claiming her time as First Lady and as the wife of the governor of Arkansas as political experience, since otherwise she has only fractionally more political experience than Obama.
2. Therefore she was part of an administration which pushed for NAFTA.
3. But, she says, it’s unfair to say she was a supporter of NAFTA, as she wasn’t in the Senate then to vote for or against it. Plus she’s against it now. Also, she was privately against NAFTA then, but couldn’t say so.
4. Doesn’t 3 cancel out 1? If being a part of the Clinton Administration means she has political experience, then she was part of an Administration which supported NAFTA. If she wasn’t really a part of that Administration and isn’t accountable for its actions (well, leaving aside Bill Clinton’s personal behavior), then it isn’t political experience that counts.