This public service announcement is to remind you why you should vote for any Republican rather than leave the Democratic Sisterhood of Traveling Victims in power.
Yesterday was Equal Pay Day: the day we celebrate yet another injustice suffered by one of the Dem’s favorite victim groups du jour: women. Ben Shapiro explains, “women must be treated as victims… because victimhood equals virtue, and women must be granted cherished minority victimhood status.”
And what better way to cherish your victims than by declaring “Equal Pay Day” to address their victimhood? Despite the fact that the pay disparity between men and women has been debunked as one of the greatest liberal myths of all time over and over again.
Not that it was never true, butt it certainly hasn’t been for the past couple of decades or so. Still, it’s another issue that Big Guy will take credit for rectifying – you know, for his Lucrative Legacy Tour. Let the history books reflect that Barry smote unequal pay for women the day he signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act on January 29. 2009 – the very first bill he ever signed into law.
And Hillary was there! The most underpaid woman of all time. Oh wait…
I guess Hillary’s quite capable of negotiating equal pay for herself, even though she hasn’t even been president yet. Butt do you know where you can find women paid less than men? At the Clinton Foundation, that’s where:
While the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation is promoting the myth of the “wage gap” in the United States, the Clinton’s own foundation pays its senior male executives 37 per cent more than their female counterparts.
And previously at Hillary’s Senate staff where female staffers were paid 28 per cent less than their male equivalents.
Still the myth of the “wage gap” persists like the Democratic dogma it has become:
“No matter how many times this wage gap claim is decisively refuted by economists, it always comes back. The bottom line: the 23-cent gender pay gap is simply the difference between the average earnings of all men and women working full-time. It does not account for differences in occupations, positions, education, job tenure or hours worked per week. When such relevant factors are considered, the wage gap narrows to the point of vanishing.”
Seriously, wasn’t it better when women just felt superior to men, butt kept their yaps shut about it?
And please, spare me the feminist hate mail; I’ve already done my part in the Sisterhood of the Blazing Pantsuits:
Cross-Posted on Patriot Action Network