Hillary Clinton is still here, and that's OK!

ruman

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Is he another patriarchal misogynist?
Like the way you've brought the 2 words together there, gives you an extra half point in snowflake bingo. Against that you'd used both words in a previous post so will have to deduct the extra half point for that.
Perhaps broaden your vocabulary or add a signature to further show your support for the struggle. Have you shared on social media yet ?

It's Hillarys turn in 2024
 


freewillie

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Like the way you've brought the 2 words together there, gives you an extra half point in snowflake bingo. Against that you'd used both words in a previous post so will have to deduct the extra half point for that.
Perhaps broaden your vocabulary or add a signature to further show your support for the struggle. Have you shared on social media yet ?

It's Hillarys turn in 2024
Do we need Grandma Clinton with her finger on the button?
 

blinding

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Do the Democratic Party realise that it is up to them to Drive the Stake through Hillary ?
 

Dame_Enda

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[video=youtube;ZAUNEhOYuLA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAUNEhOYuLA[/video]
 

owedtojoy

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If we are suddenly all agonised about transparency, let's have a five-year investigation of Ivanka Trump and Scott Pruitt, not to mention the way Trump uses cell phones.

By a coincidence, Michael Cohen's sentencing file called the payoff of Trump's former paramours, "an attack on the transparency of elections", or the right of voters to have all the information available to them on candidates.

So I am sure transparency is what keeps President Dumbass awake at night.
 

jmcc

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If we are suddenly all agonised about transparency, let's have a five-year investigation of Ivanka Trump and Scott Pruitt, not to mention the way Trump uses cell phones.

By a coincidence, Michael Cohen's sentencing file called the payoff of Trump's former paramours, "an attack on the transparency of elections", or the right of voters to have all the information available to them on candidates.

So I am sure transparency is what keeps President Dumbass awake at night.
Your idol broke Federal law in using personal e-mail services for classified documents. That's a crime under US law, isn't it?
 

owedtojoy

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Here is a good belly laugh.

The future Republican House Minority Leader, Kevin McCarthy sagely advised Democrats not to be investigating Trump over- much. There are bigger issues, he declared, facing the country.

This was the same guy who boasted of the lengthy investigations he had conducted on Benghazi - in fact one of the longest in Congressional history, which found precisely nothing and wasted millions in taxpayers' dollars.

If his intent was to bore Hilary Clinton to death, he looks as if he almost succeeded.

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Good Faith Advice From Your Mortal Enemies - Lawyers, Guns Money
 

owedtojoy

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[video=youtube;ZAUNEhOYuLA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAUNEhOYuLA[/video]
Oh, good.

Ms Tripp would surely agree that if Trump was screwing around, then family values voters deserve to know about it, especially as she was off shagging while his wife was bearing a child.

And I am sure she would agree that paying such women to shut them up is not a "private matter", but a blatant attempt to deceive voters.
 

shiel

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Like the way you've brought the 2 words together

Yeah patriarchal misogynist is appropriate.

It has to be said, however, that issues that relate to women should have received a higher priority over the century since they received the right to vote.

They would have received a higher priority if women had used their majority status in the electorate when they were in the polling booths.

That fact was highlighted spectacularly recently in the US presidential elections.

That was the most significant occurrence in women's lack of appreciation of their power in the electoral process for a long time.

That unique opportunity to elect a highly competent and experienced woman to the most powerful political post in the world was lost.

The fact that a century after receiving the right to vote more than 50% of white women in the US voted against a woman president, and for her patriarchal, misogynist, male opponent, was very damaging to women's place in society.

It has to be seen as a mistake of historical importance.

Electing Trump was indeed a resounding victory for the misogynist patriarchy. It was more than that.


It was moronic.
 

shiel

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The results of the decisions made 2016 are in front of our eyes now.

American misogyny's president is not exactly impressing too much since.

Likewise the consequences of English racism's vote for Brexit is not working out too well.
 

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The results of the decisions made 2016 are in front of our eyes now.

American misogyny's president is not exactly impressing too much since.

Likewise the consequences of English racism's vote for Brexit is not working out too well.
I hear small businesses love Trump.
 

Betson

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The results of the decisions made 2016 are in front of our eyes now.

American misogyny's president is not exactly impressing too much since.

Likewise the consequences of English racism's vote for Brexit is not working out too well.
Yes , the results are tax cuts for everyone and a booming economy , including record employment numbers for African American and female workers.
 


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