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Posted on 11/04/2010 11:11:21 AM PDT by Darkwolf377
Michelle Bachman, Kelly Ayotte, Nikki Haley, Susana Martinez, Mary Fallin and Kristi Noem
She lost, it's over, deal with it!
I want to hear from FReepers who have opinions and facts about THESE women. I don't know nearly enough about them--let's talk about them!
It’s a shame O’Donnell lost, especially due to Republican cannabalism, but the GOP establishment needs to understand a principled loss is infinitely superior to a compromised victory. RINOs will no longer be tolerated.
The new governor of Oklahoma has a historic chance to effect a lot of positive change, she has both houses of the state legislature. I would like see elimination of the state income tax or some form of tax reform come from her tenure.
Agreed. While Christine O’Donnell and Sharon Angle might have done better with GOP establishment support, neither was a perfect candidate.
I totally agree with you. Michelle is an icon. Kristi is new and intresting. Nikki Haley seems like a cool conservative.
there is now a generation of younger conservative women in government.
The prey animals will get sneakier.. watch them closely..
Prepare for some MOOSEcowski...
Yeah, sure you would. You low brow, you!
Does your list include Helen? Just asking.
Keep them away from Dirtbag Clinton. He said that when women are near him, they give birth.
Respectfully, my point in starting this thread is to spotlight these other women. There are plenty of threads about O’Donnell. We haven’t had nearly enough about these women. Thanks.
Anyone here vote for any of these candidates? Any anecdotes, opinions? Particularly good on certain issues?
Actually the brow is high. It’s the rest of the face that’s low.
Won, won, won, won, won, and won
Eat your kids, he would...
This is one post of yours I agree with!
I was a fan of Fallin's back when I lived in her state in the 90's, when she was LT Gov. I am glad she made governor. She is a BIG 2nd Amendment advocate.
I fiscally supported Backman's campaign, and love her conservative style. Lovely lady all the way around.
I am really impressed with what I see of Kristi Noem. She seems like a Constitutional conservative and a 2nd Amendment advocate.
But we have RULES on this forum! Let get some pix of these lovely conservative ladies up!
I love 'em all.
“I want to hear from FReepers who have opinions and facts about THESE women”
Attractive, Cute, Eh, Housewife, Mature, HOTT
Tasted like chicken...
The difference between FR and DU: this kind of post only appears over there in threads headlined "Men".
Thank you for obeying the rules! And thank you ladies for rescuing America.
I voted to add one Karen Harrington, but alas, broward county FL is lost to debi wazermun shulz. Thank you Karen.
Doable to the nth power.
Ah, thank you—I have some kind of mental block when it comes to figuring out how to post photos.
Looking at your photo, now I have another kind of mental block. Can’t seem to cncentrate on whty m do ing canijsu gesugsl bf f .. .. . *
Nom nom nom nom
Preach it my brother.
Have we entered the decade of the "Killer Brunettes"?
Maybe “Blonds have all the fun” but “Brunettes have all the power.”
Could all just be a coincidence, but there shure is a lot of brown hair all of a sudden.
That shrill nut won reelection?
Yeah, they have hair. Dark hair.
Anyway, what about Bachman’s background would make her a good member of leadership?
I’m as into the fine lookin wimmens as anyone, but come on, folks, anyone have any good anecdotes or links to any good articles about them?
Googling Michele Bachmann produces about 120,000 hits, with every view point imaginable. Nearly ten times that many for Palin.
As far as qualifications goes:
- They haven't been in Washington for a hundred years
- They haven't promised one thing done something else (well, not yet anyway).
- They got to be better than any Democrat (of course I've scraped things off the bottom of my shoe that I'd say the same about).
I wish I had her hairdresser.
Yes, that’s a nice looking hairstyle. I know diddlysquat about hair but I know what I like. LOL
A lot of money goes into that apparently casual, natural style. If I’m honest, I’d rather spend the $ on wine, and wear a hat ;-).
I think that should be the motto of the North Carolina Forum ;-).
Agreed!! Make it so, T-c. :)
I think she’s cute, especially in a ladybug costume. A lot better than Pelosi, for sure.
Kristi Noem Biography
Kristi Lynn Arnold Noem was born on November 30, 1971. She is 38-years-old. She grew up in Hamlin County, South Dakota. She graduated from Hamlin High School in 1990 and began her college career at Northern State University, later transferring to South Dakota State University. She had to cut her education short and return to help with the family ranch when her father, Ron Arnold, died in a farm accident. She is continuing to work on her degree in Political Science by taking classes at South Dakota State University.
Noem is currently a member of the South Dakota House of Representatives, representing Beadle, Clark, Codington, Hamlin and Kingsbury counties. Since she was elected to her second term in 2008 she has served as the Assistant Majority Leader of the House of Representatives.
She serves on numerous boards including: the South Dakota State Farm Service Agency State Committee; Watertown High School Rodeo Committee; Derby Downs Improvement Project Committee; Commission for Agriculture in the 21st Century; and the Commission for Limited Resource Producers in Washington, DC.
Noem is married to Bryon Noem. The couple have three children, Kassidy, Kennedy and Booker. The family lives on their ranch near Castlewood and raise Angus cattle and show Quarter Horses. She is a businesswoman and rancher. She and her family have worked their ranch for 17 years. They also own and operate a hunting lodge, Racota Valley Ranch, and a family restaurant.
Weird Newsweak article on Republican women.
Taking Feminism Back: Sarah Palin Endorses Nikki Haley for SC Governorposted at 3:22 pm on May 14, 2010 by Lori Ziganto
Today, in Columbia, South Carolina, two of the women who are showing America what real feminism is, will appear together, at which time Sarah Palin will officially endorse Nikki Haley for South Carolina Governor. I had the honor of meeting Nikki Haley, and hearing her speak, in Atlanta at the Red State Gathering last Summer.
Shes even more impressive in person than she is on paper (or web).... continued...
It's a combination of cut, color, highlights and style out. That would run about $180 at my salon.
We do give FReeper discounts, however!
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