Won’t you please give?

Do it for the women. Do it for the children:

I’ll never forget that moment in 1995 when I watched Hillary Clinton stand up in Beijing and declare that “women’s rights are human rights.” In front of the whole world, Hillary spoke out for every woman who suffered from inequality, injustice, and repression. Every person in the hall knew she was making history. Her act of courage still reverberates through women’s lives.

I’ve known Hillary for nearly 20 years. I’ve stood side-by-side with her as she took on the fight for women’s rights at home and abroad, and let me tell you: no one will stand up for all of us as she will. She is the experienced leader this country needs.

Over the years, I have seen Hillary’s deep commitment to improving the lives of women and children. Now it is time for us to show our commitment to her….

I remember what it was like to be the first woman secretary of state of this country. Have you seen the look in the eyes of young women at Hillary’s campaign rallies? Can you sense the thrill that comes with knowing their first vote in a presidential election could elect America’s first woman president?

Oh baby, this is going to be good. I am genuinely excited about a Rodham presidency… you probably think I’m being sarcastic here, but it’s going to be like the Clinton years cranked up to eleven. Rupert Murdoch is salivating just thinking about the Fox ratings.

The thing is, Albright’s appeal is absolutely going to work on women. Women who have never voted Democrat in their lives are going to vote for Hillary. Every woman who has ever felt oppressed by men or was belittled as a child for throwing like a girl is going to be swept up in an overwhelming spirit of sisterly justification. And for all of those who cannot even begin to fathom this probability, answer me this:

Have you ever known the women in your life to behave irrationally in response to a powerful emotional appeal?

Then tell me that Hillary can’t win.

Heck, I’ll bet Kathryn Lopez had to fight back a momentary urge to contribute to the Lizard Queen’s campaign after reading that estrogen-sopped petition.

“Wait a minute, I’m the editor of the National Review. But then we’re not conservative anymore, are we? And she is a woman, after all….”