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  • Kirsten Powers (v.2): "An Element of Sexism" In Questioning Hillary Clinton's Health

    08/23/2016 2:19:18 PM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 38 replies
    RCP Video ^ | 8-23-2016 | Ian Schwartz
    KIRSTEN POWERS, CNN: I guess I have to ask why is there any concern about her health? And the only reason there is any concern about her health is because Donald Trump has sort of started his trutherism on Hillary Clinton's health. There's nothing to suggest she doesn't have stamina. I mean, honestly, I don't even know if I could do the schedule that she keeps. There's nothing to suggest that she has any kind of problems with her stamina, with her health, with her mental health. CAMEROTA: Well, she had that fall. I mean, this is the thing. She...
  • Gloria Steinem: Clinton has low approval ratings because she's a woman

    08/13/2016 4:45:41 PM PDT · by PROCON · 74 replies ^ | Aug. 12, 2016 | JOSHUA AXELROD
    Feminist icon Gloria Steinem said Friday that she believes Hillary Clinton's low favorability ratings are at least partially due to her being a woman. She said that isn't the only reason the Democratic nominee has hit her lowest approval ratings in 24 years, but the subliminal connections associated with her and her womanhood affect public perception. "As children, most of us are raised by women, so we may tend to associate female authority with childhood. We see it as emotional, overwhelming, perhaps inappropriate to public life, not rational enough," Steinem told the Hollywood Reporter. "You can see that in some...
  • Cokie Roberts: Trump Calling Hillary ‘Unhinged’ Is ‘Code for We Shouldn’t Elect a Woman’

    08/08/2016 8:18:52 AM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 65 replies
    Breitbart video ^ | 8-7-2016 | Pam Key
    Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” network commentator Cokie Roberts said when Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump attacks his opponent Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton as “unhinged,” it is code for “we shouldn’t elect a woman.”
  • Cokie Roberts: Trump Calling Clinton Unhinged Is Code for "We Shouldn’t Elect a Woman"

    08/07/2016 4:22:18 PM PDT · by tcrlaf · 183 replies
    Mediaite ^ | 8-7-2016 | Josh Feldman
    As far as ABC’s Cokie Roberts is concerned, Donald Trump attacking Hillary Clinton as “unhinged” is basically a gendered attack. Trump has recently taken to calling Clinton “unhinged” and “unbalanced,” implying she’s “not all there.” On ABC’s This Week this morning, Sara Fagen said that’s not the issue people have with Clinton, so that won’t be a particularly helpful line of attack. Then Roberts said, “‘Unhinged’ and ‘she doesn’t look presidential’ is totally code for ‘we shouldn’t elect a woman.’ That’s exactly what that is.”
  • Why My Daughter Isn’t Excited About Hillary

    08/05/2016 8:39:24 AM PDT · by DFG · 60 replies
    Politico ^ | 08/02/2016 | Joanna Weiss
    The night Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination, as TV anchors gushed about the penultimate crack in the highest glass ceiling, I tried to lure my 12-year-old daughter into the living room. I wanted her to witness history. She wanted to play a quiz on her phone. So when I put her to bed, I gave her a personal history lesson. Yes, I’d had plenty of career opportunities, and she would, too. But her grandmother, born in Hillary’s generation, had to fight to go to college, and her options afterward were limited to jobs considered suitable for a woman. Even...
  • Hillary is NOT the 1st woman to be nominated for president, Victoria Woodhull was, in 1872

    07/28/2016 5:16:48 PM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 37 replies
    Twitter ^ | 7/28/2016
    WHOLE TITLE: "Did some research. Hillary is NOT the 1st woman to be nominated for president, Victoria Woodhull was, in 1872 "
  • Chelsea Clinton: Hillary’s Nomination Gives Young Girls Something To Dream About

    07/27/2016 9:53:28 AM PDT · by simpson96 · 94 replies
    Huffington Post ^ | 7/27/2016 | Ashley Alman
    PHILADELPHIA – Chelsea Clinton touched on the significance of her mother, Hillary Clinton, becoming the first woman to lead a major party’s ticket just hours before the nomination became official Tuesday night.Clinton admitted being “deeply biased” toward her mother while speaking at the “Cocktails & Conversation” event hosted by Facebook and Glamour Magazine at the Democratic National Convention. She said Hillary Clinton’s nomination for president gives young girls something to dream about.“I think it’s really hard for any of us to imagine what we can’t see,” Clinton said. “And so I just am really proud that little girls will be...
  • Nets Cheer ‘Happy Tears’ for Hillary as ‘Political Glass Ceiling Is Shattered’

    07/27/2016 5:40:03 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 63 replies
    MRC NewsBusters ^ | July 27, 2016 | Scott Whitlock
    The networks on Tuesday night cheered the floor of the Democratic National Convention being “covered with shards of glass” as Hillary Clinton prompts “historic,” “happy tears.” ABC opened live coverage of the 10pm hour with triumphant music and an announcer who proclaimed, “Right now, here in the City of Brotherly Love, you're looking at history... The political glass ceiling, shattered.” Reporter Cecilia Vega praised, “After what happened here today, there will be a generation of children who will grow up knowing that a woman can have a shot at the White House in this country.” Evening News anchor Scott Pelley...
  • God might not want a woman to be president, some religious conservatives say

    07/20/2016 8:37:44 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 40 replies
    Washington Post ^ | July 20, 2016 at 6:00 AM | Julie Zauzmer
    Four years before Hillary Clinton became the first woman to mathematically capture a major U.S. political party’s presidential nomination, a staff member on Rick Santorum’s 2012 presidential campaign posed a question in an email that shocked many people: “Is it God’s highest desire, that is, his biblically expressed will, … to have a woman rule the institutions of the family, the church, and the state?” God’s will or not, in 2016, it’s all that much closer to coming to fruition. Clinton is poised to be nominated for president by the Democratic Party next week. And so religious hard-liners of all...
  • Carly for Trump VP? Tell me why not, b/c it makes sense to me

    06/26/2016 4:38:47 PM PDT · by WilliamIII · 127 replies
    Carly would amount to an olive branch extended to GOP establishment - and a dagger pointed at Hillary. Nobody rips the Clintons more fiercely and surgically than Carly.
  • Robichaud: Picking Elizabeth Warren as VP would be kiss of death

    06/27/2016 5:48:40 AM PDT · by raccoonradio · 45 replies
    Boston Herald ^ | 6/27/16 | Holly Robichaud
    Someone needs to send an apology to Ohio. I did not vote for Elizabeth Warren, so you cannot blame me for what is about to happen. Today, our Massachusetts nightmare hits the campaign trail for the Democratic presidential ticket. U.S. Sen. Warren will be stumping with Hillary Clinton in the swing state. Will they do a sit-in to demand votes for the ticket? That’s the only way they are going to get support for this already flawed ticket if Warren is chosen for the vice presidential slot. It’s no surprise that Warren is being considered. She has been working hard...
  • Hillary Clinton is not the first female presidential nominee — not even close

    06/09/2016 2:01:56 PM PDT · by Blue Turtle · 28 replies
    Hillary is the biggest — but she’s not the first. Many news outlets reported that Hillary Clinton’s clinch of the Democratic nomination made her the first woman to head a national ticket. Not even close.

    06/07/2016 5:55:27 PM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 86 replies
    Hillary Clinton will clinch the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday, Fox News projects, becoming the first woman in American history to top the ticket of a major political party. Eight years to the day after she conceded to rival Barack Obama in the 2008 Democratic primary,
  • Clinton Clinches Nomination, Becoming First woman to Top Major-Party Ticket

    06/06/2016 6:30:35 PM PDT · by drewh · 98 replies
    Washington Post ^ | June 6 at 8:47 PM | By Abby Phillip, Robert Costa and John Wagner
    Hillary Clinton has secured enough delegates to win the Democratic presidential nomination, according to the Associated Press, emerging from a long and bruising primary season to become the first woman to lead a major party in the race for the White House. A bitter nomination battle that Clinton was once expected to win in a walk ended abruptly late Monday, as she claimed exactly the number of delegates needed to secure victory in her contest against Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, according the AP’s latest tally. Clinton was widely expected — even inside her own campaign — to clinch the...
  • Hillary Clinton: People say, 'I really like you, I just don’t know if I can vote for a woman'

    05/31/2016 11:52:52 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 157 replies
    Yahoo News ^ | May 31, 2016 | Dylan Stableford
    The former secretary of state and Democratic frontrunner says she still encounters sexism on the campaign trail — even on the rope line. Hillary Clinton says while sexism on the campaign trail is not as severe as it was in 2008 when she first ran for president, it still lingers - even in her encounters with would-be supporters. [Snip] She also said that men fear ambitious women like her. "I think it's the competition," Clinton said. "Like, if you do this, there won't be room for some of us, and that’s not fair."
  • Clinton, but not Trump, considering female running mate

    05/28/2016 9:34:54 AM PDT · by russbart · 67 replies
    A top adviser for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump this week revealed the billionaire real estate developer is unlikely to pick a woman — or a member of any minority group — to campaign as his running mate. “In fact,” Paul Manafort said in a CNN interview, “that would be viewed as pandering, I think.”
  • China: Taiwan's female leader 'extreme' because she's single

    05/25/2016 9:12:34 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 10 replies
    new president is "extreme" in her politics because she's an unmarried woman lacking the emotional balance provided by romantic and family life, a member of China's body for relations with the self-governing island wrote in a newspaper opinion piece. In Beijing's harshest attack on Tsai Ing-wen since her inauguration last week, the new president was denounced as a flawed human being and strident advocate of Taiwan's formal independence from China, something Beijing says it will use military force to prevent. Tsai, Taiwan's first female president, has been criticized by Beijing for refusing to explicitly endorse the "one-China principle" that defines...
  • AP: Hillary dropping gender argument after study shows no one’s interested and no one cares

    05/24/2016 10:11:25 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 56 replies
    Hot Air ^ | May 24, 2016 | Ed Morrissey
    What if you threw a gender party and no one came? A nice catch from the Daily Caller’s Chuck Ross allows us to add this to the Buried Lede Department. The Associated Press reported a couple of days ago on Team Hillary’s delight over Donald Trump’s personal attacks on Hillary and Bill Clinton, but only offered this nugget at the very end of the report. It turns out that claiming her physiology as a unique qualifier turned more voters off than on: Trump’s eagerness to make gender a major issue has complicated the delicate balancing act she already faces as...
  • More evidence that Clinton's advisors hate her. "Let's overplay the woman card. People like that."

    05/19/2016 6:29:32 AM PDT · by Trumpinator · 26 replies ^ | 5/19/2016 | Scott Adams ‏@ScottAdamsSays 28m
    Hillary Clinton to Join Cast of All-Female ‘Ghostbusters’ on ‘Ellen’ More evidence that Clinton's advisors hate her. "Let's overplay the woman card. People like that."— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) May 19, 2016
  • Trump hints that Fallin and Brewer on VP short list

    05/12/2016 5:56:35 AM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 170 replies
    The Hill ^ | May 11, 2016 | Harper Neidig
    Donald Trump said on Wednesday that former Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer and Okla. Gov. Mary Fallin are both on his shortlist for running mate. “Well also Jan. Jan Brewer has been fantastic,” he said. “She has been so fantastic. You know I won so big, her territory, we won so big. And she is a fabulous woman. And I agree with you, the governor of Oklahoma -- fabulous person.” When asked whether Chris Christie is still in the running as a possible vice president pick, Trump declined to give a straight answer, opting to praise the New Jersey governor. “I...

    05/04/2016 8:40:03 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 19 replies
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  • The Hillary WOMAN'S CARD - improved version

    04/29/2016 7:59:23 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 32 replies
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  • Hillary Clinton hasn't ruled out the possibility of an all-female ticket

    04/21/2016 7:04:56 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 45 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 04/21/2016 | Harriet Sinclair, IB Times
    US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has confirmed that there will be women on her shortlist for vice president, potentially making history if elected on an all-female ticket. The democrat politician's team confirmed, on 21 April, that women would make the cut, immediately leading to speculation about who the female candidate was, with liberal senator Elizabeth Warren's name coming up, although Clinton's campaign team did not put forward any names. Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, told the Boston Globe she wanted "the best person to make the case to the American people. "We'll start with a broad list and then begin...
  • Obama envisions a day when female presidents are common

    04/12/2016 12:36:03 PM PDT · by PROCON · 43 replies ^ | April 12, 2016 | Jordan Fabian
    President Obama said Tuesday that people will someday be amazed a woman had not served as president for so long in comments that came close to publicly backing Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. “I want young girls and boys to come here 10, 20, 100 years from now to know that women fought for equality,” he said at the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum in Washington. Obama designated the Capitol Hill site as a national monument to honor the women's rights movement. “I want them to be astonished there was ever a time when women were vastly outnumbered in the boardroom or...
  • Frustrated female senators say Clinton is victim of sexism

    02/15/2016 9:33:45 AM PST · by McGruff · 41 replies
    The Hill ^ | February 15, 2015 | Alexander Bolton
    Women serving in the Senate say Hillary Clinton is being subjected to an unfair, sexist double standard on the campaign trail. Criticisms of Clinton's tone of voice have become prominent in recent weeks, stirring strong feelings among Senate Democratic women who say they too have had to battle the stereotype of the shrill female. "She's often judged by a double standard," said Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.), the dean of the Senate women. "Many of we women feel that there's a double standard. What's being said about Hillary is what women have heard for centuries. You're too loud, you're too aggressive,...
  • Mathews: Hillary's Gender "A Big Part" Of Benghazi Testimony,Will Be Hounded By A Bunch Of Guys"

    10/22/2015 8:16:51 AM PDT · by Biggirl · 22 replies ^ | October 22, 2015 | Ian Hanchett
    MSNBC’s “Hardball” host Chris Matthews remarked that Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s gender is “a big part of even today” and that she’ll be “hounded by a bunch of guys” during MSNBC’s coverage of her testimony before the Benghazi Select Committee on Thursday.
  • Hillary’s desperate pitch: Did I mention I’m a woman?

    10/11/2015 5:32:49 AM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 40 replies
    NY Post ^ | 10-10-2015 | Kyle Smith
    Hillary Clinton has flip-flopped on free trade, changed her policy on Iraq, renounced key laws signed by her husband and proved unwilling or unable to handle the 3 a.m. phone calls from Benghazi. Her two signature achievements — HillaryCare, later reborn as ObamaCare, and her management of the State Department — both look like dismal failures. There is only one attribute left that she can’t bungle, switch sides on or turn into a scandal: having double-X chromosomes. So that’s now what her campaign is about. “Hey, America,” Hillary is saying. “Did you realize I’m a woman?” She’s got to be...
  • Don’t Coronate Carly Fiorina Just Yet

    09/21/2015 5:14:17 AM PDT · by McGruff · 56 replies
    NY Times ^ | 9/21/2015 | Charles M. Blow
    The media has a new darling in the Republican presidential disaster pageant: Carly Fiorina. She dominated, “dropped the mic,” “owned the stage” and of course she did it all while “standing in a pair of 3˝-inch heels for three hours.” This amount of drooling should come with a year’s supply of bibs.
  • Madam President Hillary Clinton

    06/17/2015 8:47:35 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 20 replies
    South Africa's News24 ^ | June 17, 2015 | Luke Folb
    The light at the end of the tunnel is little over a year away with the 2016 Presidential Elections taking centre place in the political calendar next year. The field has swelled so dramatically over the last three months that the GOP candidates look more like different acts in a circus program than potential Presidential nominees. There is one candidate that has emerged as the only realistic choice for President from this potential ‘democalypse’ as Jon Stewart likes to call it and her name is Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton is the clear front-runner on both sides of the candidate’s circus...
  • Joni Ernst reminds Hillary that “it’s not enough to just be a woman”

    06/07/2015 12:43:40 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 22 replies
    Hot ^ | June 7, 2015 | JAZZ SHAW
    I was watching some of the Iowa interviews coming out of Senator Joni Ernst’s event on CNN this morning where several presidential hopefuls were strutting their stuff for primary voters. None of them really jumped out at me, but the interview by Dana Bash with the senator herself was definitely worth the price of admission. The reason dates back to last October when Hillary Clinton decided to dip a toe into the Iowa senate race in support of Democrat candidate Bruce Braley. The subject wasn’t anything to do with the issues of the day, but yet another ride on the...
  • Fiorina Says Unlike Hillary, She Drives, Does Her Own Laundry, Shops For Groceries, Tips At Chipotle

    04/17/2015 5:26:10 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 46 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 2015-04-17 | Chuck Ross
    Carly Fiorina, CPAC 2015 [Photo Credit: Katie Frates, The Daily Caller] Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard CEO and a potential GOP presidential candidate, said on Friday that she is not as wealthy as Hillary Clinton and that unlike the likely Democratic nominee, she drives a car, does her own laundry, goes grocery shopping and tips at Chipotle.Fiorina, who is in New Hampshire as part of the GOP Leadership Summit, shared details of her anti-Clintonian lifestyle in an interview on The Howie Carr Show.Asked whether she thinks Clinton’s campaign strategy of trying to repackage herself as an “everyday American” will prove...
  • Elizabeth Warren Gives Presidential Podium a Test Run

    03/30/2015 10:40:00 AM PDT · by GrandJediMasterYoda · 39 replies ^ | 3/30/15 | DANIEL HALPER
    Elizabeth Warren Gives Presidential Podium a Test Run BY DANIEL HALPER Today in Massachusetts, at a ceremony for the the Edward M. Kennedy Institute, Senator Elizabeth Warren borrowed President Obama's lectern for a bit. Behind the lectern, Warren looked almost presidential: Many have called for Warren to enter the presidential race. This image, of her speaking behind the presidential lectern, may increase calls for her to challenge Hillary Clinton. In her remarks, Warren shared a story about how she told Kennedy to show some leadership, not just vote. Watch here:
  • The first shot: Clinton vs. Palin

    01/27/2015 6:24:11 AM PST · by shove_it · 8 replies
    WashingtonExaminer ^ | 26 Jan 2015 | PAUL BEDARD
    It’s a political junkie’s dream: Sarah Palin versus Hillary Rodham Clinton. And it’s happening. RELATED: As 2016 race begins, GOP faces its Palin problem Two days after Sarah Palin said she is considering a bid and held up a “Ready for Hillary” car magnet during her weekend address at an Iowa conservatives convention, the group took the bait and fired back, accusing Palin of signaling the beginning of a GOP anti-Clinton crusade. “Over the weekend, a flock of Republican presidential hopefuls spoke in Iowa, and it was interesting. What caught our attention the most was when Sarah Palin actually held...
  • Sarah Palin: Of course I’m interested in running for president

    01/23/2015 4:09:40 PM PST · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 48 replies
    Every other Republican in America is running. Why shouldn’t she? Right now the only woman in the field is, um, Carly Fiorina. The headline’s a bit of a tease. As you’ll see, this is more of a “never say never” deflection than a “hell yes” statement of intent. I think she’s following the Trump strategy at this point: There’s no downside to hinting you might run even when you know you aren’t running.
  • Carly Fiorina actively explores 2016 presidential run but faces GOP critics

    11/26/2014 5:13:03 AM PST · by C19fan · 30 replies
    Washington Post ^ | November 25, 2014 | Philip Rucker and Matea Gold
    On a Republican presidential debate stage expected to be filled with more than a dozen current and former politicians, Carly Fiorina envisions herself standing out — as the only woman and the only CEO. Sensing an opportunity in a crowded field that lacks a front-runner, the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive is actively exploring a 2016 presidential run. Fiorina has been talking privately with potential donors, recruiting campaign staffers, courting grass-roots activists in early caucus and primary states and planning trips to Iowa and New Hampshire starting next week.
  • Michelle Obama wants a woman president "as soon as possible"

    06/24/2014 9:06:55 AM PDT · by MeshugeMikey · 106 replies ^ | June 23, 2014, | Rebecca Kaplan
    The U.S. should elect a woman as president "as soon as possible," first lady Michelle Obama said Monday at the first-ever White House Summit on Working Families. "I think this country is ready," the first lady in response to a question from ABC's Robin Roberts about when a woman should be elected to the highest office in the country. Obama didn't call out former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by name, so it was no endorsement - and she also said that qualifications matter more than gender.
  • Hillary Clinton Hits Back At Sarah Palin's 'War On Women' Accusation

    06/10/2014 7:14:24 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 31 replies
    Business Insider ^ | June 10, 2014 | Colin Campbell
    Hillary Clinton is taking issue with Sarah Palin's interpretation of the Democratic presidential front-runner's book, "Hard Choices."Palin addressed Clinton's new novel on Twitter Monday. "Look who fired the 1st shot in the real 'war on women,'" wrote Palin, a former GOP vice presidential contender. "Hint: it wasn't the GOP." Palin included an excerpt from Clinton's new novel that described how President Barack Obama once asked her to criticize Palin's candidacy. However, speaking on "Good Morning America" Tuesday morning, Clinton said Palin's claim was inaccurate. "Well, that’s not exactly what I said. What I said was that in beginning the process...
  • The First Woman President: No It's Not Hillary

    03/07/2014 9:26:29 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 14 replies
    Washington Free Beacon ^ | 03/07/2014 | Matthew Continetti
    So long have I waited for the glass ceiling to be shattered, for the barrier to be breached, for the blessed moment to arrive. I had thought that the day that begins with a woman in the Oval Office, with more than 50 percent of our population feeling truly represented, was a day long in coming. I had thought 2008 would be the year we made history, with Hillary Clinton coming so close to the Democratic nomination, with Sarah Palin becoming the first woman on the Republican ticket. But it was not to be. America reverted to her old habits...
  • Wall Street’s nightmare: President Elizabeth Warren

    11/12/2013 8:45:35 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 56 replies
    Politico ^ | 11/12/2013 | By BEN WHITE and MAGGIE HABERMAN
    NEW YORK — There are three words that strike terror in the hearts of Wall Street bankers and corporate executives across the land: President Elizabeth Warren. The anxiety over Warren grew Monday after a magazine report suggested the bank-bashing Democratic senator from Massachusetts could mount a presidential bid in 2016 and would not necessarily defer to Hillary Clinton — who is viewed as far more business-friendly — for the party’s nomination. And the fear is not only that Warren, who channels an increasingly popular strain of Occupy Wall Street-style anti-corporatism, might win. That is viewed by many political analysts as...
  • Hillary Clinton Trounces Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, and Paul Ryan in New Poll (For POTUS 2016)

    03/07/2013 9:42:23 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 79 replies
    Politics USA ^ | 03/07/2013 | Jason Easley
    A new Quinnipiac University poll found that Hillary Clinton would trounce any of the top three Republican 2016 contenders, but Vice President Joe Biden would lose to Christie, struggle against Ryan, and defeat Rubio. If the election were held today, former Sec. of State Clinton would have an easy time against either Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, or Paul Ryan. Clinton would defeat Sen. Marco Rubio 50%-34%. She would also win by double digits over Rep. Paul Ryan 50%-38. The Republican that would give her the most trouble is the one that the conservative base likes the least. Clinton would defeat...
  • The Dumbest AND Most Frightening Bumper Sticker You'll Ever See...

    03/05/2013 12:15:36 PM PST · by The Looking Spoon · 50 replies
    The Looking Spoon ^ | 3-5-13 | The Looking Spoon
    Ever.Somebody actually put this on their car and may have officially invented vision pollution in the process.
  • Janet Napolitano: A woman to watch for 2016

    02/04/2013 2:51:46 PM PST · by Cheerio · 71 replies
    WaPo ^ | February 4, 2013 | Karen Tumulty
    So, what happens if Hillary Clinton doesn’t run in 2016? It is hard to imagine the presidential field without a woman contender, and here’s one to keep your eye on: Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. Napolitano is quietly making it known that she is considering the race, and there is reason to take her seriously.
  • Democrats Want a Woman on the 2016 Ticket

    01/07/2013 4:12:37 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 39 replies
    New York Magazine ^ | January 7, 2013 | Kat Stoeffel
    Democratic strategists will not let Hillary Clinton or her blood clot stop them from getting a woman on the 2016 presidential ticket, Politico reports. Even if Clinton sticks to her word and does not run for president — something no one seemed to believe until her recent health scare — activists are still hoping to leverage the 2012 gender gap into a female nominee. “After the roles Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin played in the 2008 campaign,” Politico writes, “it would be hard for many to accept another cycle like the 2012 presidential race, which featured two all-male national tickets.”...
  • South Korea Elects First Female President: Park Geun-hye

    12/20/2012 7:21:14 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 10 replies
    TIME ^ | 12/20/2012 | By Emily Rauhala
    South Korea Elects First Female President: Park Geun-hye. Park Geun-hye is headed back to the Blue House. On Wednesday, South Koreans chose the daughter of South Korea’s Cold War strongman Park Chung-hee as the country’s next President. Park, the 60-year-old leader of the conservative Saenuri Party, defeated 59-year-old liberal challenger Moon Jae-in — once jailed for opposing her father’s rule — by a margin of about 3.5%. She will now move back to the presidential residence where she lived as a child and where she served as de facto First Lady after her mother’s death. Park has spent much of...
  • Hillary Clinton wants female US president, but insists it will not be her

    05/07/2012 10:16:24 AM PDT · by seanmerc · 49 replies
    NY Post ^ | 7 May 12 | Newscore
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday she wanted to see a female US president during her lifetime -- but insisted she was ready to "get off the high wire" of top-level politics. "I hope so. I really want to see that in my lifetime," Clinton said during a town hall meeting at a girls school in India's Kolkata, when asked about the prospects of a woman taking America's top job for the first time. Clinton praised India's "great display of women empowerment" due to the prominent role played by female politicians over the years but said that in the...
  • Pew Poll: Boys Rule, Girls Not So Much

    08/25/2011 4:39:26 PM PDT · by CA Conservative · 24 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 8/25/11 | Danny Yadron
    Not all conservative firebrands are created equal, according to a Pew Research Center poll released Thursday afternoon. The poll shows that 41% of GOP primary voters said there is no chance they would vote for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, should she run for president. And two-thirds of all voters said Ms. Palin wouldn’t get their vote, the highest percentage of any declared or potential presidential candidate. Another tea party favorite, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R., Minn.), performed slightly better – 31% of the Republican primary voters said they would never vote for Mrs. Bachmann while 56% of all voters said...
  • Phyllis Schlafly: No Women, Sarah Palin Included, Ready for White House

    07/26/2010 6:37:01 PM PDT · by pissant · 524 replies · 9+ views
    Politics Daily ^ | Ann Groer
    At 85, Phyllis Schlafly has still got game. The anti-feminist founder of the conservative Eagle Forum -- who counts Barry Goldwater's 1964 White House run and the 1982 death of the Equal Rights Amendment as exquisite victories and the "internationalist" presidencies of George Bush 41 and 43 as "not helpful to the Republican party" -- hasn't mellowed one whit. That she made abundantly clear Thursday afternoon at the Conservative Political Action Committee conference in Washington. Lord knows she still looks great, the poufy blonde hair perfectly lacquered, the fitted tweed jacket tricked out with her signature golden eagle brooch and...
  • Costa Rica elects first woman president (paves way for Palin)

    02/10/2010 7:23:05 PM PST · by BIOCHEMKY · 23 replies · 570+ views
    CNN ^ | Feb. 8, 2010 | Roberto Pazos
    CNN) -- Costa Rica elected its first female president, as the ruling National Liberation Party claimed a historic victory. "I want to thank the pioneering women who years ago opened the doors of politics in Costa Rica," Laura Chinchilla said Sunday to flag-waving supporters in the capital, San Jose. "My government will be open to all Costa Ricans of good faith." Second-place candidate Otton Solis of the Citizen's Action Party had conceded defeat earlier in the evening, as the PLN -- the Spanish acronym for the National Liberation Party party -- forged its way to a nearly 2-to-1 lead. Polls...
  • Costa Rica poised to elect first woman president (ruling party centrist Laura Chinchilla)

    02/04/2010 12:25:34 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 11 replies · 549+ views
    Reuters on Yahoo ^ | 2/4/10 | Leslie Josephs
    SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (Reuters) – A protege of outgoing President Oscar Arias could be elected Costa Rica's first woman head of state on Sunday, though a conservative rival has upped his challenge ahead of the election. Opinion polls show ruling party centrist Laura Chinchilla, who has promised to expand Costa Rica's free trade pacts beyond the Western Hemisphere, within striking distance of the 40 percent of the vote needed to avoid a second round run-off. A late surge by libertarian Otto Guevara, who wants to replace the local currency with the U.S. dollar and crack down on rising crime,...
  • Clinton 51%, Palin 39%

    08/04/2009 11:35:12 AM PDT · by DanZanRyu · 45 replies · 1,523+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | August 4, 2009 | Scott Rasmussen
    If America elects a woman president soon, right now her name appears to be Hillary Clinton. In a hypothetical match-up between the two most formidable female candidates in their respective parties, Clinton defeats former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin 51% to 39%, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of likely U.S. voters. Seven percent (7%) prefer some other candidate. Clinton performs better against Palin than President Obama who in a hypothetical 2012 match-up beats last year’s GOP vice presidential nominee by just six points, 48% to 42%. Women overwhelmingly favor Clinton over Palin, 59% to 32%. Men favor...