by Jayne D. Frank
Hillary Clinton is a woman hardened by being passed over for President and by the endless scandals caused by her husband’s philandering through their married life. She is also shrewd and manipulative; she has been able to use those “skills” to essentially make her way financially comfortable through her married life and career. They have served her well from her time in the Governor’s mansion with her husband, in her Rose Law Firm, in the White House as First Lady and now as Secretary of State. This is a woman who has spent years having people wait on her, do her bidding, run her errands for her, and has not had to worry financially about her life at all.
So in this stagnant economy of high unemployment, broken families, children going hungry and husbands and wives stressed to the limit trying to pay their bills and keep their houses, what does Hillary Clinton have to say about women? She just said she can’t stand whining” by women who are unhappy with the work and family choices they’ve made in life and complain that they have no options.” With 23 million Americans currently without jobs and over 700,000 women having lost jobs under Obama, it is outrageous that Hillary Clinton would stoop to judge other women. These women are in the middle class; they are tired from having two jobs, of trying to make ends meet with over $4,000 less in their paychecks under Obama, where family net worth under the Democrats is 40% less than it was before. These women often work two or three jobs, they clip coupons, organize ride-sharing because of the price of gasoline, and they worry every day about their homes, their children and their family’s future.
The middle class woman has sacrificed a great deal. They don’t go to the hair salon so their kids can get their hair cut. They haven’t bought themselves a new outfit for ages and often now shop at the local thrift shop for their family’s clothing. Many families go without nutritious food because it is too expensive now, often sacrificing meat and better quality produce and vegetables in their family’s diets and substituting pasta meals or other dishes that can stretch two or three meals. After all that they have to do during the day and evening, they often have no time for themselves at night and just have time to sleep and start all over again in the morning. These women are plain tired of what Barack Obama and his Democrat administration have done to them and their families. They have no options for now. They take whatever work they can get or they can’t find work; there is no chance of bettering themselves because there is no “spare money” to learn another trade or pursue further education. I am sure Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and all the rest of their administration does feel people are whining. This is an Administration that has done nothing for women in the past 4 years and wants a chance to do nothing for another 4 more years.
These middle income women are the real heroes in my book. Unlike women like Hillary Clinton who DO have “endless choices” as she says the “whiners” have, middle class women don’t have maids, they don’t have people to run their errands and take care of all those “messy” things that Hillary Clinton doesn’t feel like doing every day. They don’t have chefs coming in and preparing meals for them, and they don’t have an endless supply of money. And they didn’t have nannies come in during their careers to take care of their only child so that they didn’t have to bother with it. So if they want to whine about it, that is fine with me. But those same women better wake up and realize that the only option they DO have is their vote on November 6 where they can elect a party that appreciates and respects women and their families and will make the next four years better for them.
Hillary Clinton said “money certainly helps and having that kind of financial “privilege” goes a long way.” Being able to have a decent job and earn a decent paycheck isn’t a privilege and obviously the Democrats and Hillary Clinton are so targeted on redistribution of your money in this Country that they forget that our Founders guaranteed “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” to all – not just the few like Hillary Clinton.