Saturday, December 10, 2016

War on Women

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War On Women

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic front-runner for president, has said many times that she is a woman and nobody will be able to take care of women like she will, but the proof is in the pudding.

All politicians talk a good game and we all agree that Hillary is a woman. But will she treat women better than they have been treated? Will Hillary end the wage gap like she has promised?

Do we have any reason to believe she won’t be good to women? Yes! Her foundation pays women less than their counterparts.

Hillary, Bill and their daughter Chelsea have the Clinton Foundation, which takes in millions and millions of dollars in donations and works on projects around the world. Here is what the Clinton Foundation does according to their website.

“The Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation builds partnerships between businesses, NGOs, governments, and individuals everywhere to work faster, better, and leaner; to find solutions that last; and to transform lives and communities from what they are today to what they can be tomorrow.”

What they don’t tell you is that the Clinton Foundation pays female executives 38% less than the comparable male counterparts.

In the corporate offices of Little Rock, Arkansas, almost three times as many men are executives than women.

So Hillary may talk about equality but she doesn’t practice it. You may also remember that she wants to raise the minimum wage to $12 but she doesn’t pay a lot of her interns and staffers anything for her campaign.

It’s clear that the in only organization that Hillary could “walk her talk” and ensure gender pay equality is her foundation, which is below the national average in pay for women. On average nationally, women get paid 79% of what men get paid, but if you work at the Clinton foundation you will be paid just 62% of what your male peers do.

This is just another example of the lies and hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton and why the American people don’t feel like they can trust her, or any politician.

Do you think Hillary trustworthy? Let us know in the comments.

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Could Bill Clinton actually be pro-life?

The President who once said that abortion should be “legal, safe, and rare”—a big departure from the Democratic Party’s current all-abortion, all-the-time programming—doesn’t believe that.

According to newly-released audio recordings from a longtime Clinton friend and presidential biographer, Clinton had plenty to say about abortion. The audio was recorded in the late-1990s, when Clinton was still in the White House.

Decrying the “insensitivity” of the pro-choice lobby, Bill Clinton complained that activists were handing Republicans a winning issue and hurting their own cause.

He was also afraid that pro-choice activists “framed the question selfishly by putting it in terms of a woman’s right to do whatever she wanted,” which he thought made the whole movement seem like it was only about a “selfish woman’s right to crush her baby’s skull.”

But, unlike today’s Democrats who refuse to put a timestamp on when abortion should not be legal, Clinton was firmly against so-called “partial birth abortions.”

Clinton said: “I believe that if you can’t make up your mind in the first six months, you don’t have the right to have an abortion.”

Hillary Clinton is running for President—and intends to make her being a woman one of her strongest qualifications for office.

Part of that—the focus of the Left’s “war on women” rhetoric—is centered around abortion. It remains to be seen whether or not Bill’s comparatively conservative values (at least by the standards of the Democratic Party) will have any impact on her standing with liberal women.

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Hillary Clinton, self-avowed fighter for women, stood by and giggled—as one of her supporters threatened to strangle another female presidential candidate, Republican Carly Fiorina.

The exchange was caught on video at a rally in New Hampshire, where one of Hillary’s supporters was asking her a question during an apparent Q&A session.

After going on a rant about Fiorina’s record at Hewlett-Packard, where she was CEO from 1999 to 2005, the supporter—who sat in the front row but whose face wasn’t caught on camera—finished with:

“Every time I see her on TV, I want to reach in an strangle her. I know that doesn’t sound very nice…”

Hillary, giggling, and joked to her supporter: “I wouldn’t mess with you!”

The supporter added, “I can tell when [Fiorina’s] lying because her lips are moving. It’s ridiculous with this woman. And then to see her say you’re a liar really upsets me.”

Hillary lamented, “Well, unfortunately, that’s the political season we’re in.”

Last week, Fiorina herself came under fire for comments that a supporter of hers made at a rally, because she didn’t publicly rebut a supporter who called Obama a “black Muslim,” choosing instead to ignore that comment and answer his actual question.

But, so far, the mainstream media hasn’t jumped on Hillary standing by and cackling, as someone physically threatened one of her female opponents.

While the supporter probably didn’t actually intend to do Fiorina bodily harm—it’d be hard to do that through a television set—it speaks volumes about the level of discourse on the Left, and the double-standard between what’s expected of conservative candidates versus liberal candidates.

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At a campaign rally in Ohio, Hillary Clinton compared Republicans to terrorists, because of their “extreme” views on women’s rights.

“Now, extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups,” she said. “We expect that from people who don’t want to live in the modern world. But it’s a little hard to take coming from Republicans who want to be the President of the United States. Yet, they espouse out of date and out of touch policies. They are dead wrong for 21st century America. We’re going forward. We’re not going back.”

She doesn’t specify which “extreme” views that Republicans apparently hold–though she’s undoubtedly talking about abortion, the foundation of the so-called “war on women.”

Except Republicans are hardly extreme when it comes to abortion–the majority of Americans, according to a Gallup poll released earlier in the summer, believe that abortion should be illegal some or all of the time. And that number has undoubtedly been impacted by the recent Planned Parenthood scandal–which showed top brass from the venerable abortion clinic selling the body parts of aborted fetuses.

Hillary’s fierce words against Republicans come at a time when her campaign is largely seen as flailing.

In several states, she’s already fallen behind fringe liberal candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and she does worse in polling against Republican candidates than Vice President Joe Biden, who is said to be weighing a run for President.

With her numbers tanking, it’s clear that Hillary is playing the only card she has left: over-the-top gender-based attacks on Republicans.

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