Speaking of The-Woman-Who-Will-Be Queen, there’s still a buzz about the January cover of Time Magazine featuring Mrs. Clinton as Niz-Malika Henderson wrote in the WaPo when it first hit the newsstands, “The pants suit. The sensible kitten heels. And that image of the dangling, helpless man, hanging on for dear life.”
Slate staff writer Amanda Hess www.slate.com wrote about it, too, in a piece titled “Time Magazine Turns Hillary Clinton Into a Pointy Heel Trampling an Emasculated Dude.”
Ironically, Mrs. Clinton is not portrayed on the cover in human form; rather, in a large photo illustration of her climbing her way to the top over a powerless man.
As Ms. Hess wrote, “The image of a towering heel squashing a tiny man is sexualized in certain subcultures, but it’s also used by the mainstream media to connote female power in general.”
So there we have it, folks. “Female power” to the nth degree brought to you by the woman who lost the Whitewater documents; stood by her man during the tawdry Monica Lewinsky story and talk of all the other “mistresses”; and said “What difference does it make?” when she testified before Congress about Benghazi and left the hearing unscathed without even as much as a rap across her gnarly knuckles.
“Female Power?” Seems more like “Female Trouble” to me.
The brainwashing is well under way and the mainstream media is doing their part to affect every noodle, noggin, nerve center and as much gray matter as possible and ensure no scales fall from the eyes of the Hillary Loyalists.
She's making progress and news every day. Yesterday, she “denounced” the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case. The Wall Street Journal reported that “Her remarks offered a glimpse into the kinds of Supreme Court nominations she might make if she wins the presidency in 2016.” That's a frightening thought.
No doubt Mrs. Clinton is in the catbird seat.
Looks like the days of leaving the seat up on the Presidential “John” will soon be over.
Then again, she’s so powerful she probably does “Number One” standing up.
Despite her claims that she, unlike other multimillionaires, pays “ordinary income tax,” I think the Devil wears Prada.