Hillary Clinton dodged a question about whether she accused her Democratic rival, Bernie Sanders, of sexism in comments earlier this week.
The WMUR host asked, “But as far as the implication that Bernie Sanders is a sexist, you wouldn’t go that far?”
“I said what I had to say about it. I think that we have a different record on guns, a different approach on guns, I think that’s a fair issue to talk about, and I’m going to keep talking about it,” Clinton answered.
Elsewhere, in an interview with NH1, Clinton dodged a similar question:
The NH1 host asked, “So he wasn’t being sexist?”
“I’m talking about the issue that’s important to me, and I think it’s important that we talk about that issue, and I don’t think I was shouting, I think I was raising an issue in a way I hope brought attention to it,” Clinton responded.
"The following is a string of subtle and routine occurrences that make me feel less human and should take their rightful place among the larger narrative of sexism in contemporary America. . . . ” (“The Struggle To Be Taken Seriously in the Age of Subtle Sexism,” the Charlotte News and Observer, September 4).
Whenever political reality crashes headlong into liberal dogma, it's always fun to pull up a lawn chair and grab some popcorn. So here we have The Nation's Robert Dreyfuss -- a foreign policy blogger (and former Lyndon LaRouche devotee) -- writing about why Obama went to war: