The welfare state is unsustainable economically, socially and morally.
Monday, October 10, 2016
Who affronts feminism more -Trump or Clinton?
Bill Clinton ( husband of Mrs Clinton) leaves a long line of aggrieved encounteresses. Yes, I made up the word.
This doesn't matter apparently. It's the past. Hillary has countenanced the encounteressances ongoing.
But Hillary campaigns on being a feminist. A feminist that puts up with a man who is repeatedly sexually fickle?
OK, OK, So its only sex. I get that. She has bigger fish to fry.
But that was Trump's specific argument today. That he did some boastful locker talk quite a few years ago. NOW there are much more serious matters at hand. (We don't know if he physically transgressed against women in a manner that is worse and stuff could come out yet.)
A further observation:
Today's male moderator, very early in the piece, defined Trumps's indicative talk as 'sexual assault' . The voters on Trump's side probably don't buy the modern definition of sexual assault and the moderator accusing Trump of such will only inflame their disconnect and contempt for the language distortions that feminists have forced on society.
Lindsay Mitchell has been researching and commenting on welfare since 2001. Many of her articles have been published in mainstream media and she has appeared on radio,tv and before select committees discussing issues relating to welfare. Lindsay is also an artist who works under commission and exhibits at Wellington, New Zealand, galleries.