Listening to these women speak, you’d think we just got the right to vote 10 minutes ago.
If they truly want to help women, they should talk to the Muslim males in Europe and elsewhere about treating women like slaves. Support Muslim women in America who are trying to leave Islam. Support girls who are getting attacked by their Muslim parents in America. Warn the sleeping Americans about ‘Sharia zones’. You know, do the actual dirty work like Pamela Geller and Ayaan Hirsi Ali. They can both teach Laura and Hillary a thing or two about ‘honoring women.’ A shiny new exhibit in an old building filled with vintage pictures, clichés and cocktails says nothing.
DML: Former first lady Laura Bush was honored at The Women Making History Awards gala on Tuesday night. Recognized for her advocacy work and contributions toward inspiring women, Bush used her platform to push for the inclusion of a women’s history museum on the National Mall.
Bush said additional efforts are needed “to make sure there’s a women’s museum right here in our country.”
“It’s really important to have a museum that focuses on women because half of the population is left out from American history,” Bush said. “We need to figure out how we can encourage women to run for office and to run for president.”
The event was sponsored by The National Women’s History Museum. The museum has been working to get a physical location on the mall.
Founded in 1996, the museum’s website states it “raises awareness and honors women’s diverse experiences and achievements through its dynamic online museum, educational programs, scholarship and research.”
During the event, Hillary Clinton appeared in a video to pay tribute to Bush. She also spoke about the need for a museum dedicated to women in the nation’s capitol. MORE
SNIP: Careful not to sprain your arms patting yourselves on the back, ladies.