This woman is a great example of why our founding fathers felt women should not have the right to vote.
No she's not...she is a great example of a dimwit liberal. I take exception to your inference that because there are dimwitted liberal women, all women should not be allowed to vote. Let me remind you that there are many dimwitted liberal men out there as well that do vote. You need us conservative gals to balance it out.
You also had to own land in order to vote.
Gotcha there...I just paid off my mortgage last month, which was financed in my maiden name...hubby holds no claim to it...he he he...
I take great exception to your emotional rant that I felt women should not be allowed to vote. I said no such thing, yet in your rash rant you declared that I did.
I merely stated that the founding fathers (whom were much smarter then I) felt the need to not let women vote.
I am very aware that dimwitted liberal men are out there and should not be allowed to vote. That is why I threw in the statement that our wise founding fathers felt that not everyone should be allowed to vote.
I should also point out that I am almost positive the husband of the arkansas antichrist would never have been elected to the highest office in the land if it were not for the female vote
People with nothing to lose will vote for the person who promises to give them something to lose.
Thats a part of the checks and balances the founding fathers put into our voting system, kinda like the electoral college.
I am well aware that many women are very bright, much wiser then I will ever hope to be in fact.
So I would hope that you would reread what I wrote, keep your emotions in check and realize that I never implied one way or the other about women voting. I merely stated that our founding fathers felt that not everyone had a right to vote.
I know that many do not believe in the Bible but God himself felt women should not be in position of leadership. I will bow to his wisdom
posted on 12/30/2002 10:59:55 AM PST
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