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originally posted by: Gryphon66
originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: Gryphon66
Her words singled out women as not knowing any better than to vote for Trump. And singling out women and stating that they voted against their voice is divisive. She is divisive.
Thanks for the concern, but I am calm, and right.
Nothing she said can be reasonably taken to mean that women don't know any better than to vote for Trump. Comparing the two candidates' positions on the issues she's talking about, Women's issues ... the differences between the two are crystal clear.
You're going to define continued breaths from the Obamas as "divisive" ... its your catch-all phrase to say you don't like them.
Are we done?
But social science backs up Clinton’s anecdotal hunch. “We think she was right in her analysis about women getting pressure from men in their lives, specifically [straight] white women,” said Kelsy Kretschmer, an assistant professor at Oregon State University and a co-author of a recent study examining women’s voting patterns. “We know white men are more conservative, so when you’re married to a white man you get a lot more pressure to vote consistent with that ideology.”
Most striking of all, perhaps: the more educated women were, the less likely they were to say women being able to support a family was important. The trend lines are disturbing: across race and education, the groups most likely to be able to support a family on their husband’s income alone – white women, and women of all races with a college degree – were the most likely dismiss the importance of women being able to support a family.
They may also offer context for other reports, like one from a New York City-based thinktank in 2015, which found black women were significantly more ambitious than white women in the workplace (22% of black women said they wanted to hold powerful positions, as compared with just 8% of white women).
originally posted by: seasonal
Yes women don't know what they are doing. And anyone, oops, women who voted for Trump voted against their own voices. Still as divisive as ever.
originally posted by: Uberdoubter
Someone explain to me why it would be such a big deal if the human race just went extinct? For every generation we get dumber.
originally posted by: kix
Michelle Obama should run for President on 2020......And lose again by a wider margin....
originally posted by: Jobeycool
Do liberals ever retire from their time served in office......All they do is stir up more contraversy and political garbage.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
a reply to: seasonal
Still as divisive as ever.
Still as divisive as ever? Lmao. Are you effing serious?
Another multi-millionaire showing how ignorant they are to the common folks plight.
Aren't you a Trump supporter? And yet you have the gall to screech about the former first lady being "divisive" and yammer about "another multi-millionaire" being ignorant of the plight of "common folks?"
What's next? Are you going to call her a liar with verbal diarrhea, a bad spray tan and gaudy taste in finishes? Derp.