Feminists perplexed by Hillary's struggle

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  1. Revmitchell

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    ....Kasic points out that there are a lot of Republican women as well who will not vote for Clinton. "[In] the last couple of election cycles, married women have gone for the Republican instead of the Democrat .... All women are [not] automatically voting for Hillary just because she is a woman -- I think that's insulting to women."...



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    Elizabeth Dole didn't get much support either and pulled out of the 2000 race early.
     
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    Hillary's problem with voters is not that she is female, but that she is Hillary Clinton, with all the baggage that entails.
     
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    Feminists think that it is insulting to women that women are not voting for her. As if there is some amount of entitlement because she is a woman.
     

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