Sunday, February 21, 2016
Feminism, sexism and womanizing in the White House
Betty Krawczyk, Cumberland
s a duel citizen (Canadian, US) I take a lively interest in the presidential debates going on in the US. And I have been especially interested in the debates on the Democratic side. Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed Socialist, seems to be gaining ground on Hilary Clinton.
As a result Clinton is desperately courting the women’s vote and has brought
out some very important people to bolster her credentials on feminism. Three
of these important people are Madeleine Allbright, (former US Secretary of
State) Gloria Steinem (renowned feminist writer, speaker) and most
importantly, Clinton’s husband, Bill Clinton (former US President).
What kind of a feminist statement is that? But Madeleine Allbright’s statements were not only irritating but disgusting. She said that there “was a special place in hell for women who don’t support other women”.
Isn’t that sweet? The very idea that women should support other women no
matter what these other women do or say is perverted. In my opinion, kind of
like Madeleine Allbright herself.
This is the woman Hillary Clinton brings out to attest to her own “feminism”? One who thinks the deaths of five hundred thousand Iraq children is okay but reserves “a special place in hell” for women who won’t vote for Hillary Clinton, who is a warmonger in her own right?
Hillary Clinton thinks like the banking masters she serves, that most women
in general are ignorant and love to be flattered and duped. But to bring out
Bill Clinton to scold the public in general for not supporting Hillary as he
thinks they should, takes the bloody cake.
What might have been the next thrill? Oral sex on the roof of the white
house? The Rose Garden? During the annual children’s Easter Egg Hunt? The
man is disgusting to me, not just for degrading the White House, a symbol of
American pride, but for his political ties to the banking and Military
My vote is for Bernie Sanders.
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