After defeating a woman, Obama calls for more women in office

Using his former secretary of state John Kerry's habit of flip-flopping, former president Barack Hussein Obama latched onto the recent examples of (mostly) Democratic men behaving sexually "inappropriately" to buttress his fading legacy.   Speaking in Paris, France – a foreign country – Mr. Former President impugned his successor's "lack of leadership" and then endorsed women for elective office "because men seem to be having some problems these days." "Not to generalize, but women seem to have a better capacity than men do, partly because of their socialization," Obama said at the invitation-only event. O-o-h!  But nine years ago, when Obama first ran for president, apparently men weren't having those same recently revealed "problems."  Therefore, it was perfectly moral for him to run against Hillary Rodham Clinton, who identifies as a woman, because, except for those...(Read Full Post)