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HERstory Was Made! Go Hillary!

Posted by Michelle Moquin on June 8th, 2016

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Now let’s keep it going.

Good morning!

We are on our way but a lot still needs to happen. So let’s celebrate Hillary’s nomination but know that it is disappointing…no deplorable, that it has taken so long for white women to support women, and not get lackadaisical. As Alycedale put it, “She hasn’t gotten the ring.” And I agree. We have to band together and make this happen. Our blog has been known to “flip” a few, so let’s make sure we do that here again.

Loving this write in celebration of Clinton’s nomination. From The Huff Po:

Hillary Clinton Became A Presidential Nominee And The Internet Celebrated In The Best Way

Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, gave a speech Tuesday night marking her historic achievement as the first woman to lead a major presidential party ticket in the United States.

It was a moment 227 years in the making, and the internet was more than ready to celebrate.

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Texts From Hillary made an unexpected comeback:

LOVE this!!

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Writer Laura Olin marked the occasion with emojis:

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And former Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.) provided a little historical context:

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Comedian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres shared her pride:

Nicely Said, Ellen!

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Democratic strategist David Axelrod praised Clinton for her victory speech:

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And other people just awed over history in the making:

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#GirlPower on the Rise!

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22 Responses to “HERstory Was Made! Go Hillary!”

  1. Social Butterfly Says:

    Yay for women! Congratulations to Hillary, and All of Us!


  2. Social Butterfly Says:

    And congrats too, to NASA’s current graduating class of astronauts, of which 50% are women, also for the first time.



  3. Zen Lill Says:

    26 Brittany your friends are in deep denial and drinking the kool aid of their men, maybe you can ask them if they would be a gorilla in charge of the bananas? I think women, any woman with a brain would figure out that trumps blatant blurts about any -ism there is would lead to more sexist behavior being acceptable and it’s not.at.all.

    27 Vanessa sorry to say there’s no magic bullet for ‘daddy issues’ but I see women I know (but have created arms length relationships where necessary and completely sent some off with luv) bc I saw constant pandering to man needs and then whining about they way their treated. Well, you can’t make someone feel superior without them abusing the power eventually. Says a bit about how some men treat the female children doesn’t it?

    Check history there was a time when female strength and wisdom were recognized and ohhh did it scare the menfolk, so what do fearful people do, they suppress/stop/stonewall whatever it is and ‘it’ was women in equal status and stepping into their natural power, it’s a gift use it!

    Luv, Zen Lill

  4. Mike,TM Says:

    Can I get a piece of that Social Butterfly@1? Yay for men too!. If she gets elected, I know that we will see what the nation has missed not allowing a woman the opportunity to contribute and lead.

  5. Janet Says:

    Social Butterfly#2, I like where this is going. But I would like it more if there were some OTWs in that group of women.

  6. Harry Says:

    Women are due a opportunity to show what they can do with the helm. So Social Butterfly, YAYYYYYYYYYYY for you and the American females.

  7. Lucy Says:

    What I can’t understand is why so many females of my race can’t get behind Hilary.

    We had a meeting and voted to see who we as a unit would support Trump won 31 to 19. I walked out stunned that 31 of 50 women would vote for Trump. The most startling was 30 of them where white.

    Zen Lill of the 19, 11 were OTWs. Don’t OTWs have “daddy issues” too? Why is it they can overcome it to support a female and my race seems to have such a difficult time doing that?

  8. Ruth Says:

    I’m with you Social Butterfly. I am so happy we as women have an opportunity to lead this country. As women we know what we need to make this place more fair.

  9. Alycedale Says:

    If the rest of us give her the support we gave President Obama, she will win. I say this with an eye on our youth being lead by bernie.

    Young women can easily be fooled by young men into believing that their cause is theirs. Look at any Muslim insurrection across the Middle East. The young men get the women to join in, risk their lives. But as soon as they, the men, achieve their goals, those same men use religion to thwart the women from obtaining the equality they too fought and died for.

    The same will be true for those young women under bernie. If there is to be an insurrection, Women let it be led by a woman and this time we, women ask men to join in the cause.

    Hail, ye Hilary, be all to all Americans.

  10. Daniel Says:

    Hilary’s election as POTUS can give to my daughters what the election of President Obama gave to OTW males in this country, an every day affirmation that they are as good as any white male.

    The promise and the statement alone of this is not enough, especially with the facts in front of women that they just don’t get the equality promised by the white male citizenry of America.

    OTW americans know that they still have a hurdle to overcome to continue receiving that equality because white males are and will always be attempting to maintain their advantages over the rest of their fellow citizens.

    They use their positions as heads of businesses, big and small, positions on the judicial benches, municipal, state, and federal, and their positions as our legislators, state, and federal to undermine the principal of “justice is blind,”
    and the promise of “equality for all.

    White males do this to maintain what they established America in 1776 to be, a bastion for white males. They will continue to do this whatever the cost to our nation as a whole. Witness their previous selections to represent this cause, palin, and romney the man with the comic book religion, and now the idiot with absolutely no qualification to be the governor of a state, muchless the President of the United States of America.

    So, too, will this be true for my daughters. But, if Hilary becomes POTUS, they will have that visual before them every day. Hilary’s 8 years as POTUS will affirm what hope and a promise cannot that the hurdle can be leaped successfully. And the cause, Equality for All women, can be maintained in spite of the American males efforts to keep them down.

    Good luck Hilary.

  11. Patricia Says:

    Alycedale, Social Butterfly and Zen Lill, you make great points. If only other women to reflectively support men, would read your posts, perhaps they would see the light, I did.

  12. Loretta Says:

    Some of my friends who I have sent sections of your blog to Michelle claim that you are a male hater. Those of us who see your intentions to provide a forum for open and uncensored discussions of the state of affairs of the world disagree.

    I did not know of your blog before. I was told about it only after you had quit. Now that you are back, I intend to read it every day and to share it with all my friends and enemies.

  13. Jeremy Says:

    My mother said that as a newly “ordained” lawyer, I should get familiar with this blog. Personally, what I see is if not for the generous anti liable laws in this country, you and your followers would be in legal trouble almost every time you publish this anti-white male garbage.

  14. Vivian Says:

    Well said #10. I feel the same for my 4 daughters and 2 sons.

  15. Sonja Says:

    Jeremy#13, I see Daniel#10 has explained your ilk. I suppose your mother hoped you could be salvaged. If she is reading this, she has my sympathies.

  16. Paul Says:

    So you women are willing to vote a uterus in simply because she has a uterus. How is that different for men voting for a man simply because he is a man?

  17. Anna/Guam Says:

    Hafa Adai,

    Although I can’t vote for Hilary on Guam, she will have my support and prayers. Yes, it is way pass time that we as equal contributors in America get an equal opportunity to lead our country.

  18. Ruth Says:

    Paul#16, in light of the fact that men have done just that and have gone so far as to deny a woman the right to be POTUS simply because she was a woman, you have no right to preach to us on the moral principles of political selection.

  19. Yolanda Says:

    Whatever is necessary to redress the wrong of denying a woman the right to be a candidate for POTUS should be done. So get off your high horse and stick your reverse discrimination charge up your white male ass.

  20. Alycedale Says:

    Of course white males like Paul@16, would trot out the “uterus” tirade. They are good at putting up defenses to prevent those they discriminate against from redressing their wrongs.

    Whether it is their claim of “reverse discrimination,” or preferential treatment, or “quotas,” it is actually a defense against those they have wronged from getting parity. As long as society allows the perpetrator to profit from his crime against his victims he will continue those crimes.

    The result is what we have in the US today. White males continue to advance further and further economically from the rest of the country.

    What is earnestly needed is some real attempt towards parity. If that means quotas, or voting for a uterus, then by all means lets get it on. For sure the white males will be fighting it all the way.

    Paul#10, go suck on a lemon, because this girl is voting a uterus when she goes to the polls.

  21. Francis Says:

    Ha,ha, haaaa. So now Paul#10 you see something wrong with voting gender. I wonder why. Could it be because the gender chosen is female? No, of course not. It is because you are truly abhorred that a person would vote gender.

    Oh, and voting race, no, you white males wouldn’t do that either.

  22. Peter/Guam Says:

    I wish I could vote for Hilary. We need someone with more compassion and intelligence than what he republicans are offering.

    For those of you on the island who have or who know of someone having been molested by these predatory pedophiles here is the latest.

    Lawyer accuses Guam’s Archbishop of a coverup

    4:19 pm on 9 June 2016

    The lawyer for several victims who claim they were abused by Guam’s archbishop is accusing him of a coverup, and says he expects more people to come forward with allegations against him and other priests.

    The lawyer for several victims who claim they were abused by Guam’s archbishop is accusing him of a coverup, and says he expects more people to come forward with allegations against him and other priests.

    A claim of rape against Archbishop Anthony Apuron came shortly after Pope Francis appointed an administrator to manage the Catholic Church in Guam while an investigation is conducted into abuse claims.

    Walter Denton is the third person to make an allegation of sexual abuse against the Archbishop. In an emotional account to the media reported on the Pacific News Center website, the 52 year-old says he was raped by Archbishop Apuron in 1977 when he was just 13 years old.

    WALTER DENTON: “It hurts so much just thinking about it. It’s like it just happened yesterday.”

    He says Archbishop Apuron, who was a priest at the time, warned him against telling anyone about the attack.

    WALTER DENTON: “I asked him why did he do that to me, I kept asking him why. He said if I said anything to anyone noone would believe me.”

    The latest claim follows earlier allegations the archbishop molested two altar boys in the 1970s. He has strongly denied those accusations. But in a video posting from Rome, Archbishop Apuron says Pope Francis has granted his request to appoint a temporary administrator to the church in Guam.

    ANTHONY APURON: “By this appointment the Holy Father has understood the importance of establishing the truth and will allow an independent investigation of these false allegations to proceed.”

    In the video Archbishop Apuron goes on to reaffirm his innocence and says he remains the Archbishop of Agana. The lawyer for Walter Denton and several other abuse claimants, David Lujan, says the appointment of a temporary administrator is not good enough.

    DAVID LUHAN: “The Archbishop sent a video crowing that he is still in charge. The point he was making is that you know I’m still the man, and the people that advised the Archbishop are now we’re assuming the people that are advising the temporary administrator. Until you remove those people and until you the Archbishop himself is removed from that position, nothing has changed.”

    Attorney David Lujan says he knows of two other abuse claims against the archbishop, and is accusing him of being involved in a coverup of abuse by other priests.

    DAVID LUHAN: “You’re going to have to read between the lines because there are other things not just directly against the Archbishop, but where the Archbishop by his very actions is covering up other priests.”

    David Lujan says he intends to file a defamation suit against the archbishop for calling some of the victims liars, when he knows their claims are true. Pacific News Center Assistant news director Janela Carrera says a lot of anger and hostility is now being expressed towards Archbishop Apuron.

    JANELA CARRERA: “There is a sense of division within the Church here, even with the entire community just given the fact that the Archbishop has been a figure here on Guam for the last 30 years, he is well known. But I think even those who aren’t Catholic are beginning to feel the effects of this entire scandal.”

    Janela Carrera says while the archbishop says the appointment of a temporary administrator was at his request, the move by the Vatican may not bode well for his future in the position.

    Hafa adai