To hear some people tell it, a loss for Elizabeth Warren is a loss for womankind. Ever since the Massachusetts senator withdrew her presidential candidacy after finishing third in her home state primary on Super Tuesday, many have described her demise as resulting from dislike and fear of strong women and a victory for the dread patriarchy.

Oddly, nobody says that about Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who’d withdrawn and endorsed Joe Biden only days before. Evidently, some women are more emblematic than others. But hold that thought.

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Kelly Butler

Mr. Lyons, you and I could be friends, even if you are a Democrat.😉

It’s too bad your Party put a hit out (not a literal hit of course) on Tulsi Gabbard, Congressperson from the great state of Hawaii. The girl has a good head on her shoulders and she might have been a contender for your Party. Now you’re stuck with Joe. Yikes.

On the brighter side, we’re looking forward to the upcoming debates between Joe & Bernie and then Joe & Trump (us conservatives anyway). It’ll be....entertaining.😏

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