Why you MUST support Oprah for Preznit
Remember when not supporting Hillary made you a misogynist?
Wait, I voted for Jill Stein!
It doesn't matter. You are still a misogynist (or self-hating woman).
Now not supporting Oprah makes you both misogynist and racist.
Wait, I support Nina Turner!
It doesn't matter. You are still misogynist and racist (or self-hating etc. etc).
How does that work?
So what does Hillary and Oprah have that Jill Stein and Nina Turner don't?
The answer is: lots and lots of money.
I know what you are thinking. That's sounds hypocritical, but it's not.
Let me explain.
Rich people care more about racism and sexism because they are more affected by it.
No really. Bear with me for a moment longer.
Poor women and minorities are often confused about the reason why they are discriminated against.
You see, poor women and minorities just assume that they are being discriminated against because of their race and/or gender (i.e. bad discrimination), when in fact they are often discriminated against simply because they are poor (i.e. good discrimination).
Do you see the difference?
Rich people will always know why they are being discriminated against.
More importantly, poor people don't appreciate how important it is to society that they be discriminated against.
If poor people were treated equally under the law like rich people, then how would poor people know that they are unworthy and morally defective? It would be wrong.
For instance, have you noticed how only working class whites have a racism problem, but rich whites don't?
It's because wealthy people can buy "karma offsets" that morally purify them.
Simply by being wealthy they are above such crude prejudices such as racism. Classism takes up too much time for that.
Only the wealthy can be trusted to support the right kind of diversity.
Not diversity of policies and ideas (i.e. "dangerous" politics), but diversity of gender and race (i.e. the appearance of politics).
It's important to give people the impression that voting matters, and that requires the right kind of diversity.
Otherwise the working class might desire real change, and they just can't be trusted to know what's good for them. The rich should know, because they've invested so much time and effort in dumbing down public schools.