Hold on Just a Second: George W. Bush Is Not a Feminist

Oceane Deschanel
Abril 19, 2017

Jenna's hope? That Mila and Poppy feel "strong and capable", too.

This isn't the first time Bush Hager has mentioned "feminism", which just means equality between the sexes, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, but has morphed into a popular buzzword used today by the left to blast conservative ideals. "People laugh at this, but I think my dad was a feminist", she said.

Jenna Bush Hager is taking her dad's advice when it comes to raising her kids. "They wanted to raise us to have our own views and to be able to articulate them", the former teacher and current NBC correspondent said.

Though one favored Bush slogan was "W Stands for Women", the reality of his presidency tells a different story.

With Bush's presidency over a decade into the past and with a president as arguably misogynistic as Donald Trump now in office, it's easy to forget what exactly Bush's policies regarding women's rights were like.

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"They really wanted us to be curious, independent thinkers".

Proof of that independence: Sister Barbara attended a fundraiser for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in Paris in October 2016.

"There is nothing wrong with the word 'femininism.' Anyone that's for women - which I am, as a woman, as the mother of a little girl, and as someone who's worked with women all over the world, what's wrong with supporting women? I would say I'm a feminist, and a proud one", she said in a conversation at South by Southwest.

On his first day in office Bush reinstated the "Global Gag Rule," the Reagan-era mandate blocking USA federal funds from going to overseas non-governmental organizations which provide abortion services or even so much as mention abortion as a viable family-planning option. A self-proclaimed former Democrat, who appeared on TV shortly before her husband's inauguration to say she didn't believe abortion should be banned, Laura Bush's job is to lull social moderates.

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