So Can You!
Skip to comments.Hillary for President? Really?
Posted on 11/11/2013 8:48:10 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
There's a lot of blather going the rounds of the liberal echo chamber that goes something like "It's about time we had a woman president." Is it really?
Five years ago the mantra went "It's about time we had a black president." Look how well that's worked out for us, as individuals and as a nation.
Do women really believe that having a female president will help them get a job where they personally will get both respect as well as a respectable income level? Really?
Women should realize that blacks, men and women both thought the same thing when Barack Obama was elected. Yet after five years of an Obama presidency, black unemployment is significantly higher than white unemployment. You can follow most of the relevant (and stupefying) statistics at the Bureau of Labor Statistics website.
Saying that it's Hillary's "turn" is insulting to her (which bothers me not a bit), as well as to all women and the vast majority of men....
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If she’s the first “woman” president I’m gonna give my second X chromosome back to my father. Its too embarrassing.
Well.... That leaves out Hillary.
I know a good slogan “Why not let the Harpy have a chance?”
We already know she failed her own 3am phone call test.
So Can You!
1- what is the shape of the economy
2-what is the shape of obamacare
too far ahead many things have to be resolved first before someone runs for president.
Actually, it is time we had a patriotic president, and the best available choice happens to be female.
Hillary looks like 40 miles of bad road. John Barleycorn has done his job.
women get used by both sides and you are doing it with your post. “women” don’t need to realize anything. What YOU need to realize is that not all women are alike, unless you’d like to concede that Hillary is somehow the same as Maggie Thatcher!
Men have made plenty of screwed up decisions (notice you don’t attribute any of those to being men),,but if a woman is involved, it’s women that need to realize something? So what do the women who support Sarah Palin need to realize? Are you saying Dem women and Rep women are the same?
Come on! Please tell me I am misreading your post.
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