by James Buchanan
Hillary Clinton has repeatedly accused her male critics of being misogynists and that they don’t want a female president out of some backward caveman reaction.
Of course, Hillary is conveniently forgetting that Sarah Palin was enthusiastically supported by Republican men in 2008. The Democrats unleashed a tornado of misogynistic attacks against Palin labeling her a “bimbo” even though she probably has a higher IQ than Quota Boy, Barack Obama. If McCain-Palin had won in 2008, and McCain served only one term due to his age, Ms. Palin might already be president by now.
The real issue with Hillary always has been and always will be corruption. She is just a horrible human being, all too happy to take donations from big corporations to enrich herself while she and her husband were supporting treaties that outsourced millions of American jobs and ruined the lives of millions of American families.
That being said, it’s interesting to consider what Scott Adams had to say about Hillary pushing the radical feminist button a few too many times at the Democrat National Committee to the point where the man-bashing theme just got a little too thick.
Mr. Adams observed in his blog “I’ve been watching the Democratic National Convention and wondering if this will be the first time in history that we see a candidate’s poll numbers plunge after a convention.”
“…[I]f you’re an undecided voter, and male, you’re seeing something different. You’re seeing a celebration that your role in society is permanently diminished. And it’s happening in an impressive venue that was, in all likelihood, designed and built mostly by men. Men get to watch it all at home, in homes designed and built mostly by men, thanks to the technology that was designed and built mostly by men. I mention that as context, not opinion…”
“And that brings us to a concept called ‘Selling past the close.’ That’s a persuasion mistake. Clinton has already sold the country on the idea that a woman can be president. Sales experts will tell you that once the sale is made, you need to stop selling, because you have no chance of making things better, but you might give the buyer a reason to change her mind.”
“Obama understood how to avoid selling past the close. At some point during Obama’s first presidential election campaign the country mentally agreed that an African-American could be their next president. So Obama accepted the sale and talked about other stuff. If he had dwelled on race, and his place in history, he would have risked making things worse. So he stayed quiet on race (mostly) and won. Twice.”
“Clinton is taking a different approach. As Michelle Obama said, we now take for granted that a woman can be president. That sale is made. But Clinton keeps selling. And that’s an enormous persuasion mistake.”
“I watched singer Alicia Keys perform her song Superwoman at the convention and experienced a sinking feeling. I’m fairly certain my testosterone levels dropped as I watched, and that’s not even a little bit of an exaggeration. Science says men’s testosterone levels rise when they experience victory, and drop when they experience the opposite. I watched Keys tell the world that women are the answer to our problems. True or not, men were probably not feeling successful and victorious during her act.”
“Let me say this again, so you know I’m not kidding. Based on what I know about the human body, and the way our thoughts regulate our hormones, the Democratic National Convention is probably lowering testosterone levels all over the country. Literally, not figuratively. And since testosterone is a feel-good chemical for men, I think the Democratic convention is making men feel less happy. They might not know why they feel less happy, but they will start to associate the low feeling with whatever they are looking at when it happens, i.e. Clinton…”
For most White men, it’s an issue of Hillary being one of the most corrupt politicians in U.S. Hillary. We all know about her whoring herself out to Wall Street taking millions in thinly-disguised bribes as “speaking fees.”
Hillary’s corruption likely extends to selling secrets to the Red Chinese, having individuals murdered, who might have exposed the Clintons’ crimes, and taking money from the Mena, Arkansas drug smuggling operation.
But Scott Adams is right. Hillary tends to be very heavy-handed with the radical feminism –a mistake that probably comes from the fact that she surrounds herself with radical feminists and lesbians, who go around hating men pretty much twenty-four/seven. They weren’t going to accept any feedback from men about the feminism being too heavy-handed at the Convention because they don’t listen to men, and liberal men tend to be either spineless weaklings, who probably wouldn’t have the guts to mention this regardless, or they’re womanizers, who are looking for the next bimbo, they can grope while evading the radical feminists, whom they prefer to avoid.
Hillary Clinton is a bitter, angry feminist, who likes to blame all her problems on men. She’s led a life of political corruption and shady dealings from the Whitewater Development Corporation to her secret bribe-taking as Secretary of State with her private e-mail server. She needs to be convicted of her past crimes, not promoted to the presidency.