Womans March – A few thoughts from Jenny Hatch

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Let's be clear on what the woman's march on Washington is all about. #righttolife #womensmarchonwashington

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Sundance at the Treehouse had the best take on the march.

He said, “There is a specific type of moonbattery exhibited by people demanding they must not be defined by their body parts, while they simultaneously hold up signs defining themselves by their body parts. An intellectual irony seemingly lost almost all the marchers.”

I read quite a bit of commentary about the march and watched friendships on Facebook dissolve over what it all meant.

I believe without a clear cut vision of what exactly the march was protesting this day of action can easily be dismissed as a collective virtue signal from intellectual midgets.

Jenny Hatch

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