Chapter 5: Bill Clinton, Father of the Year

December 2, 2014 | Gabriella Mahan

“I ask that all Americans demonstrate in their personal and public lives… the high ethical standards that are essential to good character and to the continued success of our Nation.”

-Bill Clinton, 1997
John F. Kennedy and Bill Clinton were both named “Father of the Year” by the National Father’s Day council during their presidencies. And women’s rights groups said nothing. Some even celebrated. All because their policies supposedly supported women.
That is an even bigger lie.
According to Pavlich, Clinton’s policies “punished female entrepreneurs, small business owners, and working moms. His bureaucrats burdened them with regulations.” Even environmental policies impeded development by females. Taxpaying women suffered the largest tax increase in American history under the Clinton Administration.
When it came to respecting and promoting women, Clinton over-praised and under-delivered. Women were merely political props – used… and abused. But all sexual harassment claims against Clinton were dismissed by liberals and feminists as means to “bring down a president for his pro-female politics…”
Clinton’s “misogynist mafia” bragged about defaming and discrediting the women who were foolish enough to become wrapped up in one of Clinton’s many affairs.
Discussion Questions:
1. Why have so-called women’s rights groups remained silent against the serious accusations made by LIBERAL women against political figures like Clinton?
2. Had the women who accused Clinton of rape, slander, and sexual assault not experienced these things firsthand, would they have continued to support Clinton? Why or why not?
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