It's time we all learned a quick lesson on feminism: When Hillary Clinton wears extremely expensive clothing on the campaign trail, it's "sexist" to criticize her wardrobe, even if it's ironic that she is lecturing everyone on income inequality. But when Sarah Palin's wardrobe is brought into question, it's fair game and not sexist at all because, well, she's Republican.
So, with all of Clinton's supporters and media lapdogs defending her against these "sexist" attacks, we here at TruthRevolt thought it would be interesting to take a trip down memory lane, back to a time when it was okay to criticize a female candidate's expensive outfits.
My, how things have changed.
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