Cruzin for a bruisin...

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For what it's worth, my prognostication is that The Donald sews up the Republican nomination for President in Indiana, today. Carly Fiorina was a finger-in-the-dike move that went against type. It got Senator Cruz nothing and he's now toast, so come November, it's going to be The Rodham against The Donald.

When President Bill Clinton was in his first term as president, the New Yorker ran a piece reporting that the talk in the White House was about First Lady Rodham Clinton (as she was then known) succeeding her husband, and from that time on I've believed Hillary would be president someday.

The Donald may surprise us, for sure. It would be interesting if two men the likes of supercilious Barack Obama and macho Donald Trump were the ones who frustrated Hillary's shrewish ambition. Senator Rodham Clinton is about as unappetizing a candidate as I've seen in my lifetime...

Her repudiation of femininity began prior to her husband's first term, back in 1992 when she was questioned on 60 Minutes about her husband's constant adulteries and she responded:

You know, I'm not sitting here — some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette.

Later, during the campaign, she elaborated:

I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession.

Sons and husbands aren't sensitive enough to the shaming of their mothers and wives by members of the female sex like Senator Rodham Clinton. This person has spent her public life trying to compensate for being married to an alley cat who provides no protection for her or her daughter. She has made a principle out of insulating herself to her husband's abandonment and she doesn't bother to hide it. Interviewed by Vogue in 2009, Senator Rodham Clinton was asked why young women found her inspiring, and she responded:

I challenge assumptions about women. I do make some people uncomfortable, which I'm well aware of, but that's just part of coming to grips with what I believe is still one of the most important pieces of unfinished business in human history—empowering women to be able to stand up for themselves.

It doesn't get any more sophisticated or deeper than that. Feminists are unattractive because they are all about showing how competent they are to stand up for themselves. They are not the weaker sex. Did you hear me? Absolutely NOT! They are strong. STRONG! They have boundaries. BOUNDARIES! They'll prove it to you when they shake your hand.

Sad thing is, no son or husband ever defends his mother and wife by saying these things. We just think them and then feel guilty about it, not realizing Ms. Rodham Clinton's attack is not on us and our response isn't defensiveness for ourselves. Senator Rodham Clinton's attack is on our mothers and wives and the godly man will not allow her to say such things in the presence of mothers and wives. But where are the godly men, today?

Clueless Christians will say Ms. Rodham Clinton's betrayal of her sex has nothing to do with her ability to serve as president of these United States.

Yet her entire public life has consisted of berating feminine women and making them feel inferior for serving mankind by baking cookies and bearing children and being mothers dependent upon their husbands for food, shelter, and faithful love. Such a wicked non-woman is the last person we should allow in our White House.

Murdering babies is the foundational principle of her electoral base. There is simply nothing that could be more reprehensible in a woman—no greater betrayal of her sex.

Welcome to this world we live in.

Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and big lots of grandchildren.

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