Hillary Rodham Clinton did not stand for women’s rights

TumwaterSeptember 7, 2013 

Regarding the idea that Hillary Rodham Clinton may run for the office of president. Granted, she is a politician because she is being vague on “women’s rights.” In your paper, she was quoted as saying, “Human rights are women’s rights, and women’s rights are human rights.”

She gave up her right to not be emotionally abused by her husband. She gave up her womanly right to have a trustworthy partner as a husband. She did not stand up for women and their rights to a just, fair marriage. She went for the right to keep power and position.

If that is what she wanted, OK. So do many male foreign powers.

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