Skip to comments.Hillary’s right, there is a war on women and it's going on in the heart of the democrat party
Posted on 01/13/2014 10:29:22 AM PST by Starman417
As the 2016 election crystallizes into painful reality, Hillary Clinton predictably offers up a new book decrying the plight of women in America.
Hillary Clinton warns in a new book that the clock is turning back on women across America and offers a passionate argument for prioritizing the advancement of women and girls.And to help prove her point, she points to her own suffering daughter, who is worth $15 million.
Clinton, the former secretary of state and possible presidential contender, is one of a slew of high-profile contributors to a new report set to be released Sunday compiled by author and activist Maria Shriver and the liberal Center for American Progress.
[Fighting] to give women and girls a fighting chance isnt just a nice thing to do, Clinton writes in The Shriver Report: A womans nation pushes back from the brink. It isnt some luxury that we only get to when we have time on our hands. This is a core imperative for every human being in every society. If we do not continue the campaign for womens rights and opportunities, the world we want to live in and the country we all love and cherish will not be what it should be.
And to further bolster the argument that women are not treated properly, Hillary includes a female US Senator and the multi-millionaire Beyoncé as contributors.
All that's missing is the billionaire Oprah as example of how women suffer in the United States of America.
But still, I think she has a point. There is a war on women within the democrat party. When it was "her turn" to be President, the democrat party threw the old white woman under the bus for the younger Obama.
And she's pissed. She took names and now she's looking to kick some ass.
Hillary and company kept a meticulous record of those who failed her:
As one of the last orders of business for a losing campaign, they recorded in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet the names and deeds of members of Congress. They carefully noted who had endorsed Hillary, who had backed Obama, and who had stayed on the sidelinesstandard operating procedure for any high-end political organization. But the data went into much more nuanced detail. We wanted to have a record of who endorsed us and who didnt, a member of Hillarys campaign team said, and of those who endorsed us, who went the extra mile and who was just kind of there. And of those who didnt endorse us, those who understandably didnt endorse us because they are [Congressional Black Caucus] members or Illinois members. And then, of course, those who endorsed him but really should have been with her that burned her.And Hillary has a special place in hell for the "traitors"- those who really burned her. She created a treachery scale which ran from 1 to 7. Those scoring a 7, or the most treacherous were John Kerry, Ted Kennedy, Jay Rockefeller, Claire McCaskill, Bob Casey, Patrick Leahy, Chris Van Hollen, Rob Andrews and Baron Hill.
Sometimes the things said were positively hilarious:
(Excerpt) Read more at floppingaces.net...
Yeah, sure . . . she wrote that . . . just like she didn't have ghost writers do her other books. It's a dirty shame that she gets any credit whatsoever for any kind of hard work. How she and her rapist husband can continue to get positive publicity boggles my mind.
Mrs. Bill Clinton,
AKA as “Hillary,”
Is the most admired Woman
From Sea to Shining Sea!
From Marcy Park to Benghazi,
All must tremble for,
When one is on Hillary’s List,
She sights down a rifled bore - - .
Rush predicted this a few months back. What else has she accomplished, nothing, so she has to create something as a theme to run on. Something to take the uneducated voters minds of Benghazi and What difference does it make”
Well, if she would just look at her bedmate.....
oops. bad suggestion.
If she would just look at her “husband” she would see where the war on women is being waged.
Oh, let’s not forget the “lion of the senate” either.
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