NO YOU CAN'T
You damn well can't just run rough shod over women with your obamabots.
Even Repugs admit that women are not under
their control. As Bill Kristol wryly conceded, "White women
are a problem -- that's, you know -- we all live with that."
It's sad that he
had to qualify it with race because there are plenty of Blacks and Hispanic
women that present a problem to the man and will continue to do so.
We women won big
in several ways, even though Hillary was tripled and quadrupled teamed
by the media that still continues to sing the praises of BO and ignore
his campaign gaffes even in light of her considerable wins.
Just a few days
before Super T, Michele O was asked if she would support Clinton if she
won. Her answer was, "I'll have to think about that. I'd
have to think about policies, her approach, her tone."
She went on to say that everyone would support the Dem ticket, but the
mean-stream media ignored her ungracious answer; a media that would have
castigated Bill Clinton had he said it.
And what a smack
down Hillary delivered, by taking Massachusetts and California, to false
friend, Teddy and the Oprah, and the ghost of Jack K. and Camelot, and
his daughter and Kerry and Cal-e-4-nia's first lady, and a plethora of
lesser or greater lights by taking Massachusetts and California.
Women deserve this little schadenfreude since they are usually the victims
of it, especially during this campaign.
must have been some one in that bunch to vote for -- but wait! They
weren't running. Why did BO have to hide behind their gloss and glitter?
Could it be that he is an inexperienced, hollow man who needs the aura
of other's greatness to mask his many faults?
We know it's not
about race, although BO gets 80+% of the Black vote, because the media
says it isn't. We know it's not about celebrity or even about who
has the most million$.
IT IS ABOUT GENDER
and anyone who does not see the huge pile-on and gang-up against Hillary
by nearly every informational outlet is comatose. Don't ever be ashamed
of voting for a qualified woman. As Robin wrote: "As for the
'woman thing'? Me, I'm voting for Hillary not because she's a woman
-- but because I am.
We still have to
fear the coming caucus results where Iowa showed us how the obomamobs forced
at least some older voters into his corner of the caucus halls against
their will. We just have to get our friends, relatives and Everywoman's
future involved. Please contact every woman you know have not yet
voted an e-mail or write or call them. Please send this great
article by Robin (linked below), to women you know to stir their ancient
memories, awaken their inner self and strengthen their trust and faith
in themselves. Please urge them to pass it on.
Goodbye To All That
by Robin Morgan The Women's Media Center
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