This post is very late to the party — you guys should see my backlog! —, but it will ruffle some feathers nonetheless. I wrote it in September last year, but then my move to a self-hosted blogging platform got in the way. Ignore the historical context as the content is still relevant. You’ll find the same obnoxious attitude Hillary has in countless leftist libtards.
The debate between Hillary Clinton and The Donald last week was a bit less exciting than I had hoped for. Apparently, Trump wanted to demonstrate that he is “presidential material” and thus not make the impression that he couldn’t control himself on national television. Still, I would have liked him to slam Hillary hard for the countless number of scandals she has been involved with in her long and illustrious career. If anything, that woman has an “excellent track record” at scamming. The pay-for-play Clinton Foundation certainly would have deserved some attention.
There is something else I would have liked to see some opposition on. In fact, the following is a snippet that seems to have been completely ignored (transcript):
CLINTON: Well, one thing. One thing, Lester.
HOLT: Very quickly, because we’re at the final question now.
CLINTON: You know, he tried to switch from looks to stamina. But this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs and dogs, and someone who has said pregnancy is an inconvenience to employers, who has said…
TRUMP: I never said that.
CLINTON: …. women don’t deserve equal pay unless they do as good a job as men.
TRUMP: I didn’t say that.
Let that sink in! Clinton thinks it is misogynistic if a woman makes less than a man if she is doing a worse job than a man. Does she also think that man A should make the same as man B if man B does less good a job? What about woman A and woman B? Does it matter at all how well they perform? (Are you as disgusted with equality of outcome as me? I could puke when I read or hear statements like Hillary’s.) I can of course see how that kind of rhetoric appeals to her voters. Bob with his liberal arts degree that forces him to work as a barista is already getting all giddy because he’s soon going to make as much as a CEO, I presume.