Hitlery and the Women’s Vote

As my regular readers know, I’m from the UK. Despite this, I have been trying to keep up to date with the caucuses across the pond. I also do not watch television. At all. Haven’t done so for years, except on the rare occasion my girlfriend insists on watching Hollyoaks. Least it’s got some decent eye candy…

Anyway, after the New Hampshire Primaries I started looking up news about the polls, how the votes were counted etc. Not surprisingly there has been confirmed fraud in at least one instance, with votes for Ron Paul not being counted.

Ron Paul Votes Not Counted In New Hampshire District
Vote Fraud CONFIRMED – Paper vs. Electronic Ballots

Now, those dodgy bastards at Diebolds with their insecure voting machines have been commissioned to count the electronic votes in NH, which is a strange decision considering how corrupt they are.

I’m sure more information will come out in the coming days about this, and plenty of other sites with be reporting on it. What I am interested in however, is the Hitlery vote.

Why anyone would vote for the feminist/ socialist world-government loving psycho is beyond me, but apparently not beyond a fair number of women (keeping in mind the almost definite existence of vote tampering).

From Election Center – CNN

Now after Hitlery’s fake crying episode (would you expect anything less from a manipulative megalomaniacal femskank?) the statistics of the female vote are illuminating. View the exit polls for NH here.

When you see the results you will notice that male and female votes are pretty even for each candidate, except for Hitlery, the feminist. There is a huge difference. Men – 29%, Women – 46%.
Now, this is just my opinion, but why do I get the feeling that these ignorant women voted for Hitlery because:

1. She’s a woman (apparently) and voting for a woman is ‘girl power’
2. She cried (I didn’t know tear glands worked after that much Botox but nevermind)
Gloria Steinem has gone on the record with a typically self-victimising rant about poor Hitlery

Here’s a quote:

So why is the sex barrier not taken as seriously as the racial one? The reasons are as pervasive as the air we breathe: because sexism is still confused with nature as racism once was; because anything that affects males is seen as more serious than anything that affects “only” the female half of the human race; because children are still raised mostly by women (to put it mildly) so men especially tend to feel they are regressing to childhood when dealing with a powerful woman; because racism stereotyped black men as more “masculine” for so long that some white men find their presence to be masculinity-affirming (as long as there aren’t too many of them); and because there is still no “right” way to be a woman in public power without being considered a you-know-what.

Back to the same old ranting about poor wimmin. It is also the situation of females not being able to accept the fact that they are not perfect. If things don’t happen their way, it must be because of EVERYONE else, never her. Men wouldn’t vote for Hitlery because, I dunno, things like this?

Most men wouldn’t vote for her because she would completely fuck up the country, not because she is female. And no, pretending to cry under pressure is not a sign of strength although women would see it as such.

‘Aww she’s crying! Poor woman competing with all those men, I’m going to vote for her to represent women yeah!’

And women wonder why there are all these theories and anecdotes about women being crap voters because they vote for all the wrong reasons. Hair colour, suit style, how sexy they are, if they pander to women’s inherent narcissism, as opposed to ‘how will her policies affect the country?‘ Instead, thinking ‘how will her policies affect me?

She is a feminist and a socialist. Those two facts alone should be enough to put off anyone from voting for her, especially as those two ideologies run directly against the principles laid out by the Constitution.

I guess I would be called sexist for criticising Hitlery and womens’ voting tactics. That’s nice, it doesn’t stop it being true though, does it?

As a footnote, the only other big gender discrepancy I noticed was with Ron Paul. 11% Men – 4% Women.

I guess voting for a female socialist feminist world-government CFR shill is better than voting for freedom, the Constitution and personal responsibility…

REALCLEAR POLITICS How Clinton Won-(Popular Among The Old, The Poor, And the Uneducated)

6 thoughts on “Hitlery and the Women’s Vote

  1. “She is a feminist and a socialist. Those two facts alone should be enough to put off anyone from voting for her, especially as those two ideologies run directly against the principles laid out by the Constitution.”

    You sir are right again……..It is just amazing to me that she gets votes at all. That can only mean that we have a lot more “Hitlery’s” than we realized. The scariest thing to me is they all have the same mind set as her.

    My new bumper sticker:

    “Hillary Clinton is a waste of skin”

    I truly enjoy your articles.

  2. Hillary’s always scared me. The look in her eyes looks cold and reptilian to me, no sympathy at all for us warm-blooded mammals.

    In a feminism class I had a few years ago, my prof said something along the lines of “If you wouldn’t vote for Hillary, you’re enabling the tools of your own oppression.” I can’t even describe the feeling I had about that. I asked, “What if I don’t vote for her because I don’t like her politics?” The prof stared at me in open-mouthed amazement for a few seconds before stuttering, “Well, that’d be ok, then.”

    It’s always amazed me how easily people fall for rhetoric that flatters them.

    I think, deep down, women want to be taken care of and provided for. That desire has been manipulated and twisted all to hell for nefarious purposes, for sure, but I think it explains why women would vote for a socialist.

    The bit about voting machines is also scary. It makes me wonder what the point is in voting if votes are just going to be manipulated in favor of whoever the voting machine manufacturer has made a deal with. And if voting doesn’t matter, then I would guess the constant and long-term coverage of all these “candidates” are to get the rest of us used to seeing these people and thinking of them as our leaders.

    Then again, I am in a conspiracy-theory mood this morning.

  3. The guy doing the video needs a new computer or something. The 1 or 2 votes column is Hunter. I don’t know what this guy is talking about.

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