Hillary Clinton said the clock is "turning back" on women. That's right. It was moving forward and now it's turning back. Things like "pay equality" and "work family balance" are, well, becoming unequal and out of balance. Major issues for women, they call them "women's ISSUES" and Hillary is in the forefront of these ISSUES.
And look how serious it all is to her, or, at least she wants to convey to us how important these ISSUES are from an article by Katie Glueck from Politico:
Hillary Clinton warns in a new book that the “clock is turning back” on women across America and offers a passionate argument for prioritizing the advancement of women and girls.
Can we take this literally? Let's get something straight, there is no such thing as "prioritizing the advancement" of anything at all not even racecar's. It sounds intellectually satisfying especially when wanna-be important rich women are coalescing in halls and auditoriums with serious faces pretending that they are talking about ISSUES when it's all just gobbily gook. And how do you spell gobbily gook? Spell check says "gook" is right but not "gobbily".
I was going to take out the garbage and clip my toenails but you know what, I decided to prioritize the advancement women of girls because Hillary, my hero, is passionate about it and therefore I was so inspired.
“[Fighting] to give women and girls a fighting chance isn’t just a nice thing to do,” Clinton writes in “The Shriver Report: A woman’s nation pushes back from the brink.” “It isn’t some luxury that we only get to when we have time on our hands. This is a core imperative for every human being in every society. If we do not continue the campaign for women’s rights and opportunities, the world we want to live in — and the country we all love and cherish — will not be what it should be.”
Clinton’s essay is part of the book’s broader examination of working women and the economic challenges many confront, a cause she champions in many of her public appearances.
It's a CORE IMPERITIVE for every single last human being. Where? In society. Which society? Eeeeeeevery society. Writes Hillary Clinton in THE SHRIVER REPORT. So everyone everywhere must do....what? Do you even remember?
And Hillary is no dummy. She knows that she could say these things for year after year and when she's Betty White old she knows she will be praised as someone who had "championed" women's causes all her life when in effect all she did was metaphor the sh... out of utter nonsense while pretentious liberal women sit and pretend she had done something, anything tangible.
Through her family’s foundation, Clinton has launched “No Ceilings,” an initiative designed to promote women around the world, and a theme that comes through in the essay.
How do you promote women around the world? No, really, how do you promote women around the world? And this is the "theme" that "comes through" in her essay? What would be the first promotion? What would it look like? Is there going to be a ad campaign? What would it say? "Let's hear it for women"?
“Hillary has had a focus on the condition of women literally throughout her career, from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s to today,” Tanden said. “I’d also say she’s had a particular focus on the economic concerns women face … so having Hillary make the case, she does it from the global perspective of why empowering women at all levels of the economic strata, is usually helpful to the debate. People see her as a champion for women.”
She's the champ! And just what is the "debate"? What is the argument against promoting women or prioritizing their advancement? She comes to this debate from a "global perspective" and you know what, that alone makes it "useful".
All these fancy words have no meaning to anything. She's had a "particular focus" on women, so what? So do guys who look at porn. What has she actually done and furthermore what is she saying that needs to be done that isn't a metaphor or some vague notion of victim hood. She has a "global" perspective. Come on.
Her "global" perspective has her "focus" on "work family balance" but not on women who are buried up to their waste while men (with issues) stone them to death in some lunatic Islamic country. Last I look those countries are on the "globe". How about advancing some core initiative and prioritizing something or another out of that women's issue which is an actual issue that doesn't get mentioned in the SHRIVER REPORT A WOMAN'S NATION PUSHES BACK FROM THE BRINK.