President Hillary Speaks

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  1. dogslobber macrumors 68040

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    What are you attempting to discuss here? Must be something great with that clickbait title!!
     
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    I for one am glad that she did not become President and hope she never does.
     
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    dude go see a proctologist. thats not normal!!
     
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    From the toilet paper isle at a Costco book signing.
     
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    I just hope that she can fix her situation with her husband. I don’t wish separation or divorce to anyone, not even Hillary.
     
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    Source for your claim?
     
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    And how many times does the Tweeter-In-Chief complain that something isn't fair, or that he's the victim of a rigged situation whether it's the media, an election poll, an election or an Emmy vote?
     
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    Did you watch the video? If not then why are you responding?
     
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    I did in fact watch the video.
     
  13. shyam09, Oct 14, 2017
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    That was a silly question to ask -

    "Did you ever consider that Trump was the right man for the job?"

    Like there's even a slight possibility Hillary would respond with a "yes". Hell, ask Bernie if he considered Clinton was the right woman for the job, and he would have said the exact same thing Hillary said.

    Tweak that question to America if there was anyone else representing the Republicans in the Presidential Election ... "Do you consider that Hillary is the right woman for the job?" and there would be an overwhelming "NO."
    Neither presidential candidate is the right person for the job, neither.

    Regarding misogyny - Hillary's loss wasn't misogynist even in a general sense; there will always be misogynist individuals, just as there will always be racist people. Did misogyny play a role in her loss? A small fraction, perhaps since it still exists among select people in our society; but nothing that would have caused the tides to shift. She had a golden opportunity to win, but she didn't feel the need to campaign a presidential election appropriately. This had nothing do with her success as a woman, but everything to do with how she presented herself to the people during the campaign. A presidential election isn't just about policies, it's about the image a candidate creates. Sure, Trump didn't have the best image out there - both physically and through his past actions - but he was out there, campaigning like crazy. If she had done the same, this election would have most certainly gone in her favor, guaranteed. But to expect the grand trophy just for participating ... come on, we all know that's not how life works.

    She was a whiner, still a whiner, and always will be a whiner. The only difference, she's never going to replace our current whiner in chief, with her gracious whining self.
     
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    Not to be confused with...
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    But the tone of many who have posted in this thread (contrast it to the benign response to Al Gore's post election defeat climate change crusade - a topic theoretically equally irksome to the Right) tells its own sorry tale; the subliminal misogyny - and desire to deny Secretary Clinton a platform by demanding her silence - is striking.
     
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    How do you see any misogyny in this thread specifically?
     
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    Where don't they see misogyny is probably a more apt question.

    Just glad we never have to pair the two words in the thread title together.
     
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    I hope it's sarcasm. They haven't lived together for many years now. They only talk on the phone once in a while about politics (or which person will be added to the body count next).
     
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    No it’s not. I am not much of a gossiper, but I always hope that families can stay together. Don’t care if their name is Clinton.
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    I admit this is charming !!
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    I totally defend her right to speak, but the thing is that after a while it’s boring. She is not analyzing her defeat, she’s merely pointing fingers. That’s the problem, she’s coming out as a complainer while - although I truly can’t stand the Clintons - she remains an accomplished politician. She was First Lady, a senator, etc... and she claims that she lost because she’s a woman or because of the Russians, all while she lost some critical blue collar areas. I want her to do a serious analysis, not a pity tour. She has the experience, the means, and certainly the intelligence to analyze 2016 and to help her own party (and the US in general).
    40% of women voted for Trump, a much larger numbers of voter than she expected. And what is her analysis? That they voted against their own interests, or because men pressured them; that is, she basically claims that women were weak. Even her own husband is not accepting it, according to the rumors.
     
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    She shouldn't be President because she's a horrible human being, not because she's a woman. I would love to have the first female President. I just don't want it to be Hillary. People want her to shut up because she hasn't stopped bitching about it since the day she lost, not because she's a woman. It's nauseating.
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    Stealing this. <3
     
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    I agree as well. She's learned a lot in the two failed campaigns of hers, and her book and public appearances would be better served trying to analyze what went wrong so future candidates (regardless of gender), as well as her own party / USA *(as you mentioned) can learn from her mistakes as well. But when she has dig into every single corner to come up with an excuse for why she lost the election, I don't know what to feel about her and for that matter, it might even given others a negative image of future potential women candidates as well.
     
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    You should all buy Hillary’s book to show solidarity with her.
     
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    I'll pass.
     
  24. MacNut macrumors Core

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    So why is Trump president?
     
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    Because he’s not a human being.
     

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