The Women's Movement is NOW Dead
by Jennifer King
Rightgrrl December 1998
March 03, 1999
The latest out of Arkansas is that a woman, Juanita Broaddrick, has come
forward, claiming she was brutally raped by Bill Clinton in 1978. Mrs.
Broadderick alleges that she met Mr. Clinton at a nursing home conference,
where they made arrangements for a further business meeting. This meeting
was supposed to take place in the hotel coffee shop. At the last moment,
Mr. Clinton called her room and asked to meet her upstairs since he wanted
to avoid reporters who were in the coffee shop. Mrs. Broaddrick agreed,
and contends that after she let Mr. Clinton through the door, he assaulted
her. During the attack, Mr. Clinton bit Mrs. Broaddrick's lip to keep
her submissive - a serial rapist's trick, by the way. After the attack,
he casually left, saying, "Better get some ice for that lip" on his way
out the door.
One would think that the women's groups would be out in droves, clamoring
for the President's immediate resignation. Remember their outrage over
Clarence Thomas and some suggestive comments he allegedly made to Anita
Hill? Remember their pious indignation over Bob Packwood's pinches? Here
is a man with a documented history of abuse towards women - from Kathleen
Willey to Monica, who testified that Mr. Clinton handled her "very
roughly". Yet, an eerie silence emanates from the feminist groups. In
fact, several women seem to have swallowed the DNC talking points whole.
Susan Estrich provides the lame, "it was over 20 years ago" line. Patsy
Schroder gives us notice that she has "moved on". Pat Ireland wonders
aloud why Mrs. Broaddrick "invited" a man up to her room in the first
place. Excuse me, ladies, isn't that known as the formerly taboo "blaming
Watching the blatant hypocrisy of the women's groups finally reach the
light of day is like savoring a delicious feast. Every platitude uttered
in support of sexual harassment law is frozen in the headlights of a
President's self-serving use of a much younger intern. Every mewling
pretense of regard for women is stripped bare by the lack of support for
Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick. You only deserve
support if you are a liberal , Democratic woman who is assaulted by a
conservative, Republican man. Anything goes if it's their guy on the hot
seat. Talk about partisan!
Digging a little deeper into the feminist movement one finds their covert
agenda - not just support for the horrid partial birth abortion; but women
in armed combat; "transgendering" - whereby men and women will become
vacuous, clone-like hermaphrodites, and kinky college courses on
sado-masochism. Underlying it all is a sneering disdain for "traditional"
American mothers, fathers and families.
The only feminists left in NOW are shrill harpies, radiating hatred of
men, boys and at home mothers. Their "sexual revolution" was a vast
failure - women who used to be courted and committed to are instead toyed
with and discarded. Women who finally make it to marriage find themselves
suffering sterility from having multiple partners. The "no-fault" divorce
laws have made marriages revolving doors, and have left women struggling
to support their families with no help from irresponsible fathers. In
many cases, women have been forced to become the wards of the welfare
state - which is just dandy in the feminist's mind - fatherless children
and impoverished ex-wives, all under one big roof along with the unwed
teen mothers. No place for strong men at this table.
The feminists long ago quit speaking for regular American women. Their
agenda has become a radicalized one, and is teetering on the edge of
insanity. Their silence while the White House used Larry Flynt, a
misogynistic, vile pornographer as Presidential Aide indicted them. Their
support of Mr. Clinton, a serial abuser, harasser and predator of
powerless women is the nail in the coffin of their demise. Listen to
them? No thanks, ladies - I believe Juanita.
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