President Obama is campaigning for Hillary. Ideally, what he says would impact positively for her with respect to voting. There is some question as to whether the above would do so. Let us consider in more detail.
Stating that your wife is your superior is going to raise lots of bad vibes with lots of men, fellas tired of lots of things with respect to women (nagging, head games, etc.). Perhaps with some manjinas, it will resonate; but they probably were voting for Hillary anyway.
I want every man out there who’s voting to kind of look inside yourself and ask yourself if you’re having problems with this stuff — how much of it is that we’re just not used to it?
Some might be used to it, some may not. But, deep down, men know that it is emasculating. Of course, Trump would not be allowed to make such a statement, but men will sense it the same.
So that you know, when a guy is ambitious and out in the public arena and working hard, well that is OK, but when a woman suddenly does it, suddenly you’re like, well, why is she doing that?
There is so much to parse. Let me start out by saying that the world would be a much better place if Hillary stayed at home and baked cookies. As men following strong male leaders, that is what they do (women also). Perhaps some people don’t like that, but it is built-in. As for the why is she doing that part, perhaps men have a notion of what the feminine imperative really is, though they can’t articulate it. Furthermore, they know that the feminine imperative is bad news for them.
Obama claims that Hillary better qualified than Trump. Well, she seemingly has the credentials. But credentials are credentials. The two times that she had real power, she messed up badly each time. The first was with HillaryCare, which went down in flames. The second time was as Secretary of State, where everything she touched turned into a disaster (e.g. Libya, Syria, Russia)
As for the claim that she has conducted herself better in public life, I will let you make the correct choice
So does this speech move the needle positively, or negatively?