July 28, 2016
AS Hillary Clinton prepares to become the first female presidential candidate tonight, it behooves us to ponder how history might have been different. Weep, dear reader, yes — but ponder too. If Hillary had done what she said she scorned to do — stayed home and baked cookies — things would still be bad, but maybe not quite so awful.
In 1992, during her husband’s presidential campaign, Hillary was asked why she did not suspend her career while her husband was governor of Arkansas, starting in 1978. (Things were so relatively normal back then that people actually asked these questions of ambitious, ruthless women.)
She could have said,
“I decided not to stay home and have more children and raise my family properly,” but instead she said,
“I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession.”
The wording is important. Though she denied it, her words were a definite put-down of the domestic vocation. What kind of woman believes that caring for one’s home and family can be reduced to baking cookies? Yes, many young children ardently wish that motherhood could be reduced to baking cookies — again and again, to the utter exclusion of things like meatloaf and steamed carrots — but only a woman who is callous, perhaps innately or perhaps because of her own feminist indoctrination, toward children and men, could believe such a thing possible. Only a woman who is clueless or willfully deceitful about the many demands of running a home, let alone a gubernatorial mansion, could make such a put-down. But that’s not important now; only the self-loathing woman would be offended. What is important is that Hillary could have been a great baker of cookies, instead of a psychopathic politician who bragged of killing another nation’s leader and has been connected with unethical conduct ever since she was a lawyer investigating Watergate.
Who knows how many people might have sincerely enjoyed her cookies and her teas? She could have been a brilliant and charming hostess, if she put her mind to it. She likely would have killed no one with her cookies, which, realistically, would have been baked by paid servants anyway. We might not be on the verge of World War III if she had just dedicated herself to cookies.
In so many ways, Hillary embodies the worst of feminism: its dangerous, disinhibiting, liberating belief in the moral infallibility of women and its approval of every female worldly accomplishment, no matter the private sacrifice. Bill very probably would have been a philanderer no matter what Hillary did, but, seriously, what did he have to go home to? I mean, not everyone wants to talk about work all the time. The two are a political team. They are partners in crime, I believe, but whatever your politics surely you agree these two are not a married couple in the normal sense of the term.
Feminism overdevelops the female will, turning it too often into a devouring tyrant. It encourages women to overlook their own potential for wrong. Christians call that potential Original Sin, from which feminists believe women are exempt. Eve ate no apple in their garden, but Adam most certainly did. So many women have been “liberated” to do wrong by their feminist miseducation, including yours truly, that the casualties are countless. Feminism liberated women all right. It liberated them from the truth about themselves. It is partly because of this sense of the moral infallibility of women and her belief in the meaninglessness of their domestic lives that Hillary believes the ends justify the means. And one of those ends is the complete undoing of the sacred compact between men and women in marriage. Make no mistake about it, little mother and little, loving cookie-baker: Hillary has contempt for you no matter how much she clothes herself in pro-female sloganeering. She wants to tear you away from your husband and children and home. She has been a devout proponent of population control and the anti-human LGBTQPTAZ agenda all over the world. Like all socialists, she wants you to be loyal to the government first. Like all capitalists, she wants you to care for things more than spirit.
Hillary is a one woman, exhaustive argument against feminism. No matter what happens in November, I am absolutely certain she will go down in history, if there is any history-making ahead, as an argument against feminism. I say that with no pleasure or gloating, as I truly wish this woman would, even now at this late stage, come to her senses.
To any talented woman who believes that staying home involves nothing more than baking cookies, I urge you to spend a little time in a real home. And I recommend to you this excellent recipe for chocolate chip cookies. It is much better than most recipes. Please, for the sake of humanity, try it!
Yes, even baking cookies can be much more satisfying and fulfilling than being president of the United States.