I've been really busy (well, not busy), but I did manage to catch a few presidential debates and you can't be around my parents without having the news be on. After the New Hampshire Primary, where Hillary Clinton won on the Democratic side, she said this "I have listened to the people of New Hampshire, and by doing so, I have found my own voice."
Does anyone find it remarkable that a strong woman who is a United States Senator, has served as the First Lady, and has been a prominent attorney -- hasn't found her own voice by now? Why would she run if she didn't know what she wanted for herself and for her country? It was a ludicrous statement, representative of the trendy speak of the feminists ten years ago when they were so dramatically pushing how young girls lose their voices in our modern educational system and in our society, ignoring the fact that MOST adolescents, male OR female are afraid to call attention to themselves by speaking their mind. It's a developmental phase, not a gender disenfranchisement.
It is also reminiscent of the Clinton Administration where they say something offensive, recant saying it was a joke, or when they really screw up, they send for Tony Robbins and then "reinvent themselves." Pay attention. She is reminding us what it was like during the Clinton Administration. She is attacking, blaming others for her foibles, and reinventing herself constantly.