Liberals cannot stand gender progress !

  1. ahorseback profile image46
    ahorsebackposted 3 weeks ago

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    Kelly Anne Conway , the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign !   She dealt with the incredibly biased and horribly  negative criticism  ,  even dealt with the hatred spewed from the "View " , Not once blowing her cool but telling it like it is ,   Instead where are the women of America  today , celebrating a real accomplishment ? No , in the cemetery pasting voting buttons on Susan B Anthony's grave , an avowed republican !   Kinda' makes you wonder about the  reality in the  hypocrisy  of liberal politics ?  The end justifies  the means , Uninformed liberals have never really been closely associated with reality though , Say nothing about an immigrant becoming the First Lady ?

    A woman is only truly accomplished if she's liberal , Yeeaa   women !

    Thoughts ?

    1. Live to Learn profile image82
      Live to Learnposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

      I agree that there is a formula a woman has to follow to be deemed worthy of praise by women who claim women have broken barriers. So many women screamed that only real women supported Hillary Clinton. The rest were traitors to the cause of women's equality.Which was, of course, rubbish and an attempt by women to subjugate women.

      Conway had a truly difficult task, considering Trump's misogynistic rhetoric.  I suppose credit should be given to anyone due it. She shouldered a responsibility which would have been much easier for a man and she accomplished a task a man probably would have failed at.

    2. colorfulone profile image86
      colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

      Kelly Anne, is one of many women that Trump has placed in power and put his faith in their character and ability.  He knows how to pick the winners and this reinforces that belief. 

      Kelly Anne, broke the 'glass-ceiling'!   

      This is a repudiation not only to Mrs. Clinton but to the establishment.

 
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