March 20, 2018

Hillary Clinton’s claim that women who didn’t vote for her were told not to by their husbands elicited plenty of heated reactions online, including some from powerful women who didn’t need a man to tell them to be royally ticked off.


However, I have a feeling that reactions to her half-hearted “apology” aren’t going to be much kinder. Here’s an excerpt from Hillary’s lengthy explanation on Facebook:

"[T]here is anecdotal evidence and some research to suggest that women are unfortunately more swayed by men than the other way around. As much as I hate the possibility, and hate saying it, it’s not that crazy when you think about our ongoing struggle to reach gender balance – even within the same household…I understand how some of what I said upset people and can be misinterpreted."

I'll bet Democrats up for reelection in red states hate her saying it, too. In short: she’s sorry if you Trump-voting women were too dense to understand that she was right about you taking orders on how to vote from your husbands. Oh yeah, the reactions to this are not going to be pleasant…



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  • Samuel S. Sayger

    03/24/2018 09:56 AM

    Each time I read or hear anything which HRC is credited as saying, I am reminded of a time many years ago when "the Clinton Team" (HRC included) visited our small church in Vilonia, AR (near election time of course) during a time of revival in that church. Bill was invited of course to "speak" - which he did - and of course, there was much excitement at the event.

    To their credit, they did appear at the church a few minutes before the opening of the event and did manage to mingle (somewhat) with the church members. I remember her saying, clearly "I suppose it is good to be seen with these common people some" While her attitude clearly showed her displeasure.

    My wife has shared with me some of conversations she had with her fellow workers at the Friday Law Firm (in LR, AR) who each had been previously been employed at the Rose Law Firm (also of LR, AR) and of the FURY they had each experienced from HRC on rare interaction with her. One lady had told my wife that "when we saw her in the hallway, we would be quick to make an escape ANYWHERE - to avoid her. By that lady's assessment, everyone there was afraid of her.
    Her own INFLUENCE on Bill was obvious to all (then and since!) and I cannot help but consider said "influence" on Bill and wonder ast to the validity of her statements while she was in India.

    Sam Sayger
    Hernando, MS
    (formerly of Little Rock, AR)

    3 For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. 4 They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths.
    3 For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. 4 They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths.

  • Rod LoScalzo

    03/22/2018 05:25 AM

    I agree but the funny thing is when anyone goes inside the voting booth they can do whatever they want and nobody but God knows it. I was with my girl friend and when she heard Hillary's comment I think her jaw dropped. The look on her face was priceless. I don't think anybody needs to get upset with Hillary, she the best PR for the President and the RNC!

  • Suze Boesche

    03/20/2018 05:17 PM

    Now we are not able to understand plain words. She is digging a deeper hole with her condescending haughtiness.

  • Joy H. Thomas

    03/20/2018 04:38 PM

    Again, Hilary Clinton's "apology" is nothing more than her normal way of "misspeaking" (as she calls it) when she's caught in a lie or some outright insult. She doesn't mean what she says and we all know it. She simply talks to hear herself talk. Actually, I'm pretty tired of always hearing about gender gap and women swayed by men when it's actually swung to the other side so far men don't know if they are men, women, or half and half. It's time it stops. The gender balance was met a long time ago and has now moved too far to the other side. I would like for the day to come, and come soon, when Hilary Clinton's face and/or name are no longer in the news or on my Facebook news feed. It's time to go home, Hilary. Please.

  • gloria Mays

    03/20/2018 03:48 PM

    Hello again
    I have a fantastic idea !!!! If our country is ready for a woman, after this crazy Killary has just about destroyed everyone's faith in us as women, thinking our hormones are out of whack, and that we can't use the restroom without our husband or sons' help and guidance then I think this LADY would make a great President and I nominate SARAH HUCKABY SANDERS :-) Hey, if we couldn't get dad, then why not one of the smartest daughters, (women) in the country ? She has the ability and the presence to deal with people and idiots, and with her grace, quick wit, educated answers, humility, honesty my vote says YES .

  • Robin Degrange

    03/20/2018 01:16 PM

    In my humble opinion, you are correct on this one, Mr. Huckabee. It seems as through every time Mrs. Clinton tries to explain why she lost the 2016 presidential election, she ends up insulting half the people in the country. I think even the Democrats are getting tired of having to try to defend her yet again! I doubt that this will happen, but she should take responsibility for the loss to Donald Trump and remove herself from the public eye for a while. I think both parties will be happier if she does.