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Okay, so New Year’s is over, and now we have to look eleven months into the future.

While I see great unity in the national Democratic Party,  I see a lot of children in the local organizations.

Feminists would rather scream about supposed offenses than deal with reality-the horrible idea that Adolf Trump might pick two more Supreme Court justices-say good bye to Roe v. Wade if that happens.  The problem is that American women simply don’t look ahead, for the most part.  There are some women who do look down the road.   Such examples would be Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, Dianne Feinstein, and so forth.  However, you look on social media, and you find yourself dealing with bored housewives who never got out of the Seventies.

There doesn’t seem to be any cohesion.  They are still angry at men-for whatever the reason.

This is not the time for feminists to shake their fists at men, as even most white women didn’t vote for her, according to the New York Times.  It gets worse.

Susan Chira’s April 29, 2017 article for The New York Times, The Women Who Still Like Trump stated that 53% of white women voted for this sex offender.

None of them were worried about the probable curtailing of their reproductive rights and the defunding of Planned Parenthood-but I’m the crazy one on Facebook with Democratic women (eyes rolling).  

I didn’t mind being blocked by the group, because this writer knows that half these women voted for Jill Stein anyway-especially after I showed them my Democratic credentials from the Colorado Democratic Caucus, as well as a couple of other things.  They still wanted to call me a Sanders troll.

I guess it’s the way our brains are put together, and of course I got kicked out of the group, but you have to laugh because you know these Jane Fondas are going to need men like me this year and in two years if there’s any hope that they keep Roe v. Wade., Title IX, and access to birth control.  

This writer tried to remind them of the fact, but their emotions ruled over their judgment.  Happy New Beer to them, I guess.

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