Gender politics for me, but not for thee? That’s the Hillary way.

Here’s what she had to say earlier:

More from TIME:

Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton says Republican rival Carly Fiorina should not be judged any differently just because she is the only woman candidate in the Republican presidential race.

“I’m always in favor of women running,” she told TIME in an exclusive interview. “But people need to hold women’s policies up to light and determine what their answers to problems would be before deciding to support them. I’m willing to subject myself to that process and try to earn every vote; I assume any woman running would do the same.”

Ah, but Hillary is not just any woman. Which is why she thinks that she should be judged differently because she’s a woman. Her woman-ness is one of her merits, you see:

Is that so?

Don’t focus on her record! Focus on her ladyhood. That’s what really matters.

Hillary? Honest? Fat chance.

In a word, Hillary: