Women’s Movement A Product Of Hope And Imagination, Yet Mrs. Clinton Makes Fun Of These Things
(Photo above of Elizabeth Cady Stanton.)
All human rights movements start off as hope and imagination.
It takes a lot of hard work to bring about meaningful change, but it starts off as hope and imagination
Here is what Hillary Clinton, a beneficiary of the woman’s movement, said today while campaigning in Providence, Rhode Island.
“Now I could stand up here and say, let’s get everybody together, let’s get unified the sky will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singing,” she said, to a smattering of giggles. “And everyone will know we should do the right thing, and the world will be perfect.”
What a lousy thing for Mrs. Clinton to say.
Why be a liberal if you can’t hope something better without being made fun of by someone on your own side of the aisle?