Fabricating a War on Women?

In the latest salvo a story has been introduced to the narrative that implies someone cares about Hillary’s age

While this story should be moved past with no notice, it seems to me to be another building block in the “She’s a Girl! And You’re Sexist!” Theme Hillary will have to run on.  Considering her poor record as Secretary of State and Senator of a State she never before lived in, what else does she have?

We mentioned last week the “Breaking News” regarding Tom Sizemore’s claim of Bill Clinton’s infidelity.

While Everything coming out of Sizemore smells of poppies, the claim was like shouting “The Sun’s coming up!  The Sun’s coming up!”.  The fact such a claim was not unbelievable allowed the story to find legs in certain entertainment circles read and watched by the very 18-34 Single Mothers Hillary needs to show up in 2016.  Because this constituency finds their information on various Entertainment Websites like the Wonder Wall and Radar Online, in addition to Top 40 radio stations, TMZ, VH1 and assorted Late Night Comedy Shows it stands to reason this is where these stories will repeatedly appear.

Having watched the Clintons with interest for years, it remains my opinion the Bill Clinton affair story was the kick-off of what will be a continuous dribble of propaganda attempting to perpetuate a War on Women narrative with the implication Hillary is its most Visible Victim.

So back to Hillary’s age…

Why is it important?

It’s important because of what it is Not.

It’s Not a discussion of Hillary’s Progressive Ideological Foundation.

It’s Not a discussion regarding her only disagreement with Saul Alinsky was his belief that the Socialist Revolution couldn’t be fomented from the inside.

It’s Not a discussion about her associations with the SDS.

It’s Not a discussion about her belief in Socialized Medicine whether it’s incarnation is Obama Care or Hillary Care as she promoted it in the 90’s.

It’s Not a discussion regarding Hillary securing a Senate Seat in a State she had never lived only because she polled well there.

It’s Not a discussion of her role in fabricating a story about a video and how it led to the Death of Ambassador Chris Stephens and those who tried to help him.

It’s Not a discussion of why we, the U.S., left the above men to die without any assistance being sent their direction.

It’s Not a discussion of what the standing of the United States world-wide was like prior to her being Secretary of State and what it is like now.

What it IS?

It IS the advance team preparing the field for the repeated application of the Gender Card… since there’s no Race Card to play this time.  It IS an attempt to get those women who consider themselves Victims to identify with her.  It IS an attempt to persuade women, and plaid footy pajama wearing men, to see her as something she is not while chanting “Isn’t it time for a Female President?”.  (Not just any Female of course… just Hillary.)

It IS Symbolism over Substance.

And why not?  It seems to pass for Reason in the modern mind.

We’ll see how it goes.  Seriously… we’ll see it in the media.  Unless you’re a Misogynist.  Then you’re just denying your woman hating ways… Jerk.

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One response to “Fabricating a War on Women?

  • xPraetorius

    I’ve long been on the hunt for great, pithy summaries of things. The following is one of the greats:

    It IS the advance team preparing the field for the repeated application of the Gender Card… since there’s no Race Card to play this time. It IS an attempt to get those women who consider themselves Victims to identify with her. It IS an attempt to persuade women, and plaid footy pajama wearing men, to see her as something she is not while chanting “Isn’t it time for a Female President?”. (Not just any Female of course… just Hillary.)

    I’m afraid I’m going to have to review this great post and point out this paragraph on my blog.

    Best,

    — x

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