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Shifting to General, Hillary's Idiot Supporters Yell 'SEXISM!' At Opponents...
I've written from the very beginning that the left was going to turn Hillary Clinton into the female Obama, where you couldn't criticize her for anything because of her protected victim status. "Sexism" would be the new "racism." "Bitch" would be the new "N Word" (Read "LEFTIST PLAYBOOK: B*tch Will Become the new N-word" here) Many were offended. Surprise. Yet here we are, where sure enough...
Hillary Clinton scored huge victories in Ohio and Florida on Tuesday night, so naturally several political commentators had thoughts ... on her voice, tone and style.
Women, and women leaders in particular, often get criticized more for how they say something than for what they actually say. They have to walk a difficult line of being assertive, but not too aggressive; likable, but not too much of a pushover.
It's a tough game to win, and it's part of why this is the first time a woman has ever gotten this close to winning a major party's nomination.
A few things here. First is that every single candidate at some point has been criticized in a similar way. It's called "being involved in politics... at all." That's an unofficial title of course, but you get my point.
Of course that's not even addressing the fact that Hillary Clinton does sound like she's yelling all the time.
So does Bernie Sanders, who was criticized by a man for doing so. When it comes to public presentation, generally, yelling is not seen as a good thing. Some would argue, that when it comes to public speaking, being "loud and off-putting" could be perceived as, what experts refer to as "bad."
Every candidate gets criticized for their delivery. Ted Cruz has been labeled "stiff and robotic." Donald Trump has been accused of "angry undertones" and "repeating himself." Ben Carson was called "human Xanax." Bernie Sanders has been compared to your yelling, angry uncle who forgot to take his pills this morning. Also, he hears voices. This is nothing new, and it's certainly not a varietal of criticism exclusive to Hillary Clinton.
But I guess when you have a terrible candidate, you need to make excuses. "Sexism!!!" is a whole lot easier than addressing her frightening track record.
On a personal note, I'm perfectly willing to say what I think about Hillary Clinton. Both politically, and on a personal level.