We Bruise Our Daughters When We Bash Hillary Clinton
I don't think every woman should support Hillary Clinton just because she's a woman. Smart women disagree all the time, and that has never been more obvious than in our heated discussions about Clinton..
I do, however, think every woman should support the notion of Hillary Clinton. That means judging her by her record and her plans for our future, not by her marital stamina, her choice in suits or her version of femininity. Even if we can't support her as a candidate, we ought to acknowledge the history that she is making -- for us and for our daughters and granddaughters. And we ought to point out to them that making history sure has a downside.
This is a quote from an article written by Connie Schultz in the Cleveland Plain Dealer
At the same time, I think that Senator Clinton has a great responsibility too as a role model for our daughters. Playing the victim is not one of the traits I think she should promote. I don't think it works in politics, at least not long-term. And, for sure, it never works in business.