Sunday, July 31, 2016

TKC MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY BLOGGER EXPLAINS WHY WE NEED WOMAN PREZ!!!



From our favorite Kansas City blogger, here's an AMAZING LOCAL BLOGGER READ on personal history, the politics of the local courtroom and this election season conclusion . . .

Uncommon Courage: Why We Need A Woman President

Agree or not, there is no arguing that women have faced a myriad of challenges in the workplace along with the political realm and that American history will certainly be a consideration in the upcoming election slap fight.

You decide . . .

21 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Donald Trump’s overwhelming virtue is that he is not Hillary Clinton and does not carry a bulging 30-year old bag of bad ideas. Hillary’s ideas—–and those of the establishment for which she shills——about how to fix the coming economic and foreign policy crises, in fact, are so unequivocally and irremediably bad that it is not possible that there is anything worse.

Anonymous said...


I don't disagree the U.S.is ready for a woman president, just not the woman who is currently running.

Anonymous said...

What don't you dummy's in KC understand the clintons are criminals plain and simple

Anonymous said...

Instead of the boastful "Uncommon Courage", the blog should be renamed "Uncommon Stupidity" after the lack of cognitive reasoning in that column.

Anonymous said...

That is where the democrats win, on making their politics personal. Look at policy and Trump becomes a better choice beyond his boastful and antagonistic personality.

Anonymous said...

That's why Trump is in the running. He’s the battering ram that is needed to shatter the polite lies and delusions on which the current regime rests.

Another Midtown Mom said...

Thanks for linking this Tony. They may not agree with her conclusion but there's no denying her experience. I don't know if I'm voting for Hillary but I will say that her campaign does shatter the glass ceiling in politics. Maybe it's time for another woman to take over the Mayor's job in KC. They couldn't do any worse than Sly, right? Lol.

Anonymous said...

This is what happens with Democrat administrations. Allen is a fake general. Elizabeth Warren a fake Indian. Democrat Sen. Blumenthal a fake Vietnam veteran. Hillary? All around fake president. Fake human being. Fake combat veteran of Kosovo & Bosnia. Fake marine recruit. Her supporters, as fake as she is & more. IF that is even possible. You can't get more fake than Hillary. Now we'll get fake polls & fake campaign contribution reports. Fake commentary. Fake news reports, all promoting Hillary.

Anonymous said...

Knowing what is known how can any honest person advocate for Hilliary Clinton? Does integrity just not matter any more?

Anonymous said...

When you have a choice between someone who you don't trust, but you agree with them on their views, versus someone you trust, but you disagree with their views, who do you choose?

And in this case, what are Trump's views? (And I don't mean on unsolicited bulk e-mail!)

Bob said...

"Agree or not, there is no arguing...." Huh? If there is a disagreement, of course there is arguing. Sloppy language or sloppy thinking? You be the judge.

Super Dave said...

What we need is a President that is a proven leader whose goals are to make America strong again and not just vote some woman in just because she is a woman.

Anonymous said...

Slop is slop...but the hogs seem to love it.

Anonymous said...

The only reason for electing a woman solely for gender is to keep bitches from whining that there's never been a woman prez. The hoodrats got their wish from Obama and look how that turned out

Anonymous said...

7:37 - have you been sleeping? Trump's views on the issues are well known, and in stark contrast to Hillary's.

Anonymous said...

Dear Lynne Bratcher,

I find this blog posting from you to be extremely disappointing. Let me explain.

Approximately three months away from our national Presidential election, between major party candidates Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R), you title your posting "Why We Need A Woman President." While you don't specifically state that you're referencing Hillary Clinton, of course everyone will assume that's what you mean because you didn't state otherwise.

The majority of your post involves you recollecting life experiences in which you perceived that you were discriminated against because of your gender. The reader has only your word and memory to rely upon, as you failed to offer any alternative explanation. You cite the example of a newspaper separating men's and women's jobs in the classifieds some fifty years ago, with the implication that it was done by men to keep women suppressed. Yet, you offer no proof for this claim whatsoever. And as far as your "sleeveless blouse and shorter skirt" keeping you out of religious holy sites, please understand that most religions lean toward modesty, and this includes both men and women. Likewise, your anecdote about men's tendency to discuss hunting and fishing is as much a cultural bias as it is a gender one. If your extended family is anything like mine, it's commonplace for the men to congregate and talk sports, politics, and cars, while the women tend to discuss family, children, food and home.

In particular, your comments concerning the three women on the U.S. Supreme Court, and female lawyers in general, are misguided. You write, "I don't think it is a coincidence that only one of them is a mother." While Justice Ginsburg had a long-term marriage and two children, Justices Kagan and Sotomayor are never-married women who are believed by many to be lesbians. While their sexual orientation is irrelevant, never-married highly educated women tend not to have children at the same rate as married women. Next you write, "It is much easier for male lawyers to be parents than female lawyers." This statement could only be true if women are participating in marriages or other familial arrangements in which they agree to accept an unequal role in child-rearing.

Ms. Bratcher, may I politely suggest that you're still carrying the baggage of resentment and perceived discrimination from decades ago? Life is not perfect and sometimes women can be the harshest critics of other women.

I know for an absolute fact that Hillary Clinton should never have been allowed into the United States Senate or the President's Cabinet, following the Clinton years in the White House. Hillary Clinton is much worse than anything Richard Nixon did while in office (since you've mentioned Nixon previously). Support for Hillary Clinton is truly a treasonous act against the best interests of the American people.

Anonymous said...

She's not a woman, she's a crook!

Anonymous said...

What were her views on immigrants

Anonymous said...

Hillary will be even worse for the poor than Trump, just look at Bill's record on attacking the social safety net and welfare.

Anonymous said...

waving the race card worked for the Democrats with Obama--

now they're wildly waving the gender card

Anonymous said...

What are her views on unsolicited bulk email?

Also, the cum guy hasn't commented on her. No endorsement from the cum guy, that has got to hurt Hillary.