Hillary Clinton made a speech in India in which she said some things that apparently she was too timid to say here in the US of A. One thing she said was about white women:
…we don’t do well with married, white women. And part of that is an identification with the Republican Party, and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should.
Because white women who don’t toe the line and vote for Clinton (or now, presumably, for the Progressive-Democratic Party candidate, whomever she might be in whatever race) just can’t think for themselves, they’re just the medieval-esque property of their lord and master husband. Or of their male child if they don’t have a proper life with a husband.
It’s plain why she didn’t dare say such a thing in Texas, or middle Oklahoma, or farmland Iowa, or anywhere else but the West Coast and the northeast. Or in Tennessee. Even Missouri, where a Progressive-Democrat Senator proclaimed her offense from Clinton’s spew. Or in Wasilla, AK.
At least Clinton didn’t go after all the ditzy blondes that didn’t vote her way.