Hillary just released an ad with the basic message, “Elect me because I’m a woman.” This is the primary rationale for her candidacy. Just as it was unlikely a half-term, far left senator with a shady background would have been unelectable as a white male; it is unlikely an elderly, corrupt, dishonest, and thoroughly unlikable candidate would be this elections Democrat nominee if it were a white male.
Heather Wilhelm at Red State points up the absurdity of the left’s obsession with race and gender.
On one hand, we’re told that gender is meaningless and that people can be whatever gender they believe themselves to be. On the other hand, weirdly, we’re told it’s hugely important and progressive to obsessively check gender boxes when appointing cabinet members, or, say, the next president of the United States. It all leads to the most laughable of conclusions: We need to focus like a laser on the gender of our next leader to prove that we are enlightened enough to look beyond gender—all while obsessing about gender, nonstop, in all ways, all the time.
Read the whole thing.