After recent revelations of tapes, accusations, and leaked emails, I feel considerable disappointment. Not particularly because of Donald Trump’s lewd comments and supposed actions. I haven’t associated with many rich, powerful, ego-driven men. But I have been close enough to know this kind of stuff goes on—if you catch my drift. The last I noticed, Donald Trump is not running as a social conservative candidate.

If I may quote Heather Mac Donald in the Wall Street Journal (Oct 11, “Notable & Quotable”) she says it all about liberal hypocrites and their selective outrage:

“Now why might it be that men regard women as sex objects? Surely the ravenous purchase by females of stiletto heels, push-up bras, butt-hugging mini-skirts, plunging necklines, false eyelashes, hair extensions, breast implants, butt implants, lip implants, and mascara, rouge, and lipstick to the tune of billions a year has nothing to do with it. Females would never ever exploit their sexuality to seek attention from men.”

To the women claiming Donald Trump “groped” them 20 or 30 years ago—I’m asking, when you called your “special” friend to confide the event, were you complaining or bragging?