Kyle-Anne Shiver, writing at American Thinker, cuts through the euphemisms and speaks the truth about Hillary:
Even Carl Bernstein admits (A Woman in Charge; Knopf; 2007; p. 554) that Mrs. Clinton is the human equivalent of a chameleon, changing her colors and her story to suit her audience:
“As Hillary has continued to speak from the protective shell of her own making, and packaged herself for the widest possible consumption, she has misrepresented not just facts but often her essential self.” (emphasis mine)
In real life – as opposed to fairytales – misrepresenting facts is called “lying.” Constantly changing yourself (and your “truth”) according to the company you are in is called “a lack of integrity.” A lack of integrity is considered by most normal folks to be a glaring character defect. Now, if even Carl Bernstein is able to admit that Hillary is a liar and has a substantial lack of integrity, why would we even elect her POTUS?
On the other hand, she is a Democrat, and unfortunately, it looks as though they are about to foist her upon the rest of us. William Saffire, in his 1/8/96 NYT editorial, “Blizzard of Lies,” cut straight to the chase with a great deal of prescience, when he wrote:
“Americans of all political persuasions are coming to the sad realization that our First Lady (Hillary Rodham Clinton) – a woman of undoubted talents who was a role model for many in her generation – is a congenital liar.”
So, let it be said from my all-female mouth now and on the record: If Hillary Clinton is elected as President of the United States, it will set the cause of any sort of feminism back for at least 250 years. Whether we like it or not, she will be the “ruler” by which future female candidates are measured. And she will be judged for the woman she is – not for the man she isn’t.
You’ll want to read the rest, here.
I’ll just add that I’ve repeatedly heard women on TV say that they’ll vote for her, not because of what she stands for (they don’t know), but merely because she is a woman. That’s the poison of identity politics.
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