Dennis Prager Sept 2 Unlock Lines.mp3

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Dennis prager Sept 2, 2016 Unprotected Lines Per well-known, callers set the agenda. Issues raised cover: would any other seeker have done better against Hillary than Trump; has the US forgotten about the Bible; how do Republicans bring about moderates clandestinely into the Dinner Party. On Hillary Clinton as a Paragon for Inexperienced Girls One of the most oft-heard claims made by supporters of Hillary Clinton is what a utilitarian r paragon she would be for inexperienced girls as president. They say: “Then, my daughters will know that nothing is to too superior for them to aspire to. A broad can indeed be president of the Amalgamated States.” So goes the scrap. According to the latest Quinnipiac University record, women will elector for Clinton by 60 percent to 36 percent, a space of 24 percent. In the last presidential choice, the space was 10 percent. If the polls are nice concerning the one-sided female reinforce for Clinton, there are three likely reasons: –Many women really want a broad president. –Many women want this paragon for their daughters and all other girls. –Some women who might have voted for a Republican manly just won’t elector for Donald Trump. In a prior column, I addressed the efflux of how morally noachian it is for a broad to elector for a broad because of her gender. I will therefore only speech the widespread inclination that it will be very merit for inexperienced girls if Clinton is elected because they will be able to materialize that nothing in America is closed to them. Given that the former secretary of phase used her area to enhance herself and her husband; given that she so willfully compromised inhabitant collateral by home up her own own email server in kind to keep congressional and eminent oversight; given that she has often lied about these actions; given that she lied to the mothers and fathers of the men killed by terrorists in Benghazi; and given that she has a protracted news of perjury (a New York Times columnist called her a “congenital liar” in the 1990s), the inclination of Clinton as a paragon for America’s girls and inexperienced women is nothing, if not depressing. <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a