THIS BOOK IS CRITICAL OF HILLARY CLINTON - We have to introduce this gradually and slowly because it will trigger the brainwashed masses who know absolutely nothing about her. We must be careful how we tread here, because ignorant people are dangerous, and the followers of the Democratic Party are simply that demented.
Tread softly.. do not anger authoritarians
Do you get it? Do you see the reflection that is in this mirror?
IS THIS BOOK SEXIST? - Well, anything that is critical of a woman in power is sexist. Of course it is. A woman in power is automatically a saint who does nothing wrong. The CEO of Mylan was a woman, so she couldn't possibly have had anything to do with jacking up the prices of their Epipens...expect that it all came out in a congressional hearing that she had.
AREN'T YOU HELPING THE REPUBLICANS? - Yes, because they are all bad; it's all one way of the other, the world is black and white and nuance is for suckers. It was a Republican who expanded Medicaid in Ohio and three Republicans who have now blocked passage of a bill to replace Obamacare. Let's stay in our camps and ignore the actions of individuals who might be actually playing for our side.
This past election has really exposed the tremendous hypocrisy of the Democratic party, a hypocrisy that should have blown your head to bits if you truly fathomed it. Say what you will about Donald Trump, it was depending on the stupidity and lack of conviction of its followers to hand it a presidency on a silver platter.
ISN'T THIS THE WRONG TIME?
You should be allowed to criticize what you're doing, your processes, how things are going; are you on the right path? A resistance to criticism is a sure sign that either you have something to hide or your whole political regimen is fragile AND YOU KNOW IT. Criticism is hard, but it's supposed to make you better. It makes you appear honest, it improves you, it's just the common sense thing to do.
DON'T YOU CARE ABOUT FEMINISM? - I would argue that these writers and others critical of Hillary and her agenda are more feminist than the celebrity dilettantes that masquerade as "feminist icons" today. But unfortunately because being a feminist currently means being a Hillary Clinton supporter, I guess then you could logically say that these writers don't and didn't care about feminism when they wrote this.
Reynolda de la Rue Forcee's favorite color is BRIGHT NEON FUCHSIA PINK.