When asked why she went into politics, Hillary Clinton answered, “I guess I could have stayed home and baked cookies.” (Take that, all you underachieving stay-at-home moms and working moms trying to balance career and homemaking.)
Commenting on her husband’s infidelities, she assured the world that she wouldn’t be “Tammy Wynette, standing by her man.” (Guess you female country and western fans are pretty pathetic, too.) Of course, Hillary did stand by her man despite his humiliating her with his serial philandering because he was essential to her political aspirations.
Moreover she blamed the victims of Bubba’s moral turpitude, branding them as “bimbos.” Monica Lewinsky was a “narcissistic loony tune.” Trying to reinvent herself as a model mom, Hillary recently gushed, “I make a mean lasagna,” a comment so patronizing and condescending it had to have real homemakers reaching for the Compazine. (Can you visualize Queen Hillary cooking a lasagna from scratch?)
Donald Trump may treat women as sex objects, but Clinton has no more empathy for middle-class women than Barack Obama has for the “working class” Democrats embrace at election time only to ignore once in office. Small wonder blue-collar workers have flocked to the Trump banner.
Michael Freeman, Sanger