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Tuesday, February 09, 2016
"She is furious with her idol...And she blames Hillary Clinton."
Former secretary of state Clinton and her allies are making increasingly overt — and clumsy — appeals to feminist solidarity as she struggles with Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont in her battle for the Democratic nomination. The reactions of Arnesen and others suggest that it could be backfiring, at least in New Hampshire, a state proud of its tradition of electing women.
“Not everybody views voting as a statement of their identities,” Democratic pollster Anna Greenberg said. Younger women in particular, she said, have “a desire for a transformative figure, and [Clinton] doesn’t embody that.”
That applies to many women who are not so young. Some have mixed feelings, having watched Clinton for the quarter-century that she has been on the national stage. Recent controversies, including one over her use of private email when she was secretary of state, have revived their misgivings about her ethics and management style.
“Hillary Clinton fatigue — that’s part of what I’m feeling,” said Elise deMichael, 67, a Democratic activist from Milford, N.H. “I know she’s smart, and I know she works hard, and I know she’s dedicated, but she’s had to give up little bits of honesty all along the way.”
Separately, in an appearance on “Real Time With Bill Maher,” Steinem speculated that younger women are supporting Sanders because “when you’re young, you’re thinking, ‘Where are the boys?’ The boys are with Bernie.” Steinem has since apologized.
All in the liberal Washington Post.
Apologized? Really? Where are the tar and feathers and rail to be run out of town on, because if a male, Republican anybody had said such a sexist, degrading insult, you know a mere apology would have been sneered at. You know there would have been no settling down until that person had had his life and livelihood smeared and ruined from top to bottom.
Feminists, indeed. Feh.
And as for Madeline Albright, reserve my place in hell, missy. I'll take a window seat, thank you.
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