Salut, Betty Boop.
Hillary is feminine with her earrings, her lipstick and her big smile but she has dressed in a masculine costume which looks like napoleon's. The paradox is funny but above all they are mocking her in the phrase "the right man for the job" by implying she is a man. The picture is cynical because her slogan is "The Right man for the job" whereas she advocates the right woman for the job and she hopes to break the glass ceiling. The author of this setting may be a man because Hilary clinton is the image of women's movment and in general, men feel threatened of losing their power.
Hilary Clinton looks quite feminine with her earrings and lipstick, the frill in front of her collar, and her bright smile; but in this painting, she is dressed in a colonial uniform only worn by men during the colonial era. While quite realistic, the painting is really a caricature of this female contender for the American Presidency. The sarcastic slogan under the portrait, "The Right Man for the Job", reveals the artist's possible cynicism about Senator Clinton's bid for the Presidency. After all, in the United States, the position has historically been filled by a man. Or the artist may be attempting to show what he believes to be the attitude of the public at large. There are undoubtedly many Americans who feel a man is better suited to the job than a woman. There may even be some men who feel threatened by the prospect of a woman president. Of course, this is all speculation since the gender and opinions of the artist are not available to us. As with most paintings, the interpretation of the artist's intent lies more in the mind of the beholder than in that of the artist him or herself.