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  • Michelle Obama wants a woman president "as soon as possible"

    06/24/2014 9:06:55 AM PDT · by MeshugeMikey · 105 replies
    cbsnews.com ^ | 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...
  • A Woman in the White House?

    07/28/2009 1:44:23 PM PDT · by presidio9 · 14 replies · 831+ views
    Washington Post ^ | July 27, 2009 | Chris Cillizza
    Asked about the prospect of a woman winning the presidency during an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton responded: "I'm not going to pretend that running for president as a woman is not daunting....and it is....probably a path that doesn't appeal to a lot of women even in elective office because it is so difficult." Clinton's comments -- coupled with the resignation of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) over the weekend -- got us to thinking about the dearth of female politicians in the political world at the moment who are actively...
  • [Hillary] Clinton hopes for female president in her lifetime

    07/26/2009 11:54:16 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 37 replies · 572+ views
    Reuters ^ | 2009-07-26
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Failed presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton said on Sunday she hoped there would a female U.S. president in her lifetime but ruled out the chance she would run again. Now secretary of state in the Cabinet of her onetime rival President Barack Obama, Clinton said it was a "daunting" challenge for a woman to run for president. "It will take the right woman who can make the case and win the votes and get elected. I am certainly hoping it will happen in my lifetime," she told NBC's "Meet the Press" program. When pressed whether she would run...
  • Our First Female President?

    06/05/2009 12:15:42 AM PDT · by neverdem · 26 replies · 1,300+ views
    American Thinker ^ | June 05, 2009 | Ralph Alter
    In the same sense that Toni Morrison claimed Bill Clinton was our first black president, Barack Obama could be thought of as another groundbreaker: our first female president. He displays every trope of femininity more than any female "who could ever be elected in our children's lifetime" (to borrow Morrison's phrase about Clinton). Obama's feminine side may have developed in tandem with our cultural shift from an industrial to a knowledge economy as suggested by BizzyWomen.com : "Men are less suited than women to the knowledge economy, which rewards supposedly female traits such as sensitivity, intuition, and a willingness to...
  • "She Will Be The First Woman President": Sarah Palin's Sister Talks About Sarah [2012]

    10/26/2008 4:30:28 PM PDT · by TheFourthMagi · 28 replies · 2,115+ views
    YouTube ^ | October 26, 2008 | The Sarah Palin Channel at YouTube
    Video here. Heather Bruce, Sarah's sister, is inestimably attractive as well.
  • Women Voters Prefer Hillary Clinton to Sarah Palin in 2012 By a 2-to-1 Margin

    10/05/2008 10:30:10 PM PDT · by melt · 48 replies · 1,442+ views
    marketwatch.com ^ | 10/05/08 | MarketWatch.com
    NEW YORK, Oct 05, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Hillary Clinton would beat Sarah Palin head-to-head by a 2-to-1 margin if the 2012 presidential election were held today, according to women voters. A national telephone survey of 600 registered women voters was conducted by Blum & Weprin from September 25 through October 3, 2008. The poll, commissioned by SheZoom.com, a new women's internet media company, is titled 'Palin vs. Clinton - You Decide.' The survey (with a margin of error of +/- 4 percentage points) queried women in all 50 states on their personal and political preferences pertaining to the...
  • Women's Group Condemns NOW Endorsement of Obama

    09/20/2008 2:46:49 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 18 replies · 323+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | September 20, 2008 | Garance Franke-Ruta
    A group of Hillary Clinton supporters condemned the National Organization for Women's endorsement of Sens. Barack Obama and Joe Biden earlier this week. "The New Agenda is concerned that NOW's recent endorsement of Barack Obama leaves many women in this country out in the cold," the nonpartisan nonprofit group said in a release Friday. "The endorsement seems all the more puzzling given the fact that the Republican Party is running its first female candidate for Vice-President, Gov. Sarah Palin, and the Green Party is fielding its first all-woman presidential ticket with Cynthia McKinney and Rosa Clemente." The New Agenda points...
  • [The Reagan] Re-election, Reagan on a Woman President

    09/05/2008 9:27:33 PM PDT · by garjog · 20 replies · 325+ views
    Ronald Reagan.com ^ | some time after 1984 | Ronald Reagan
    “I believe that someday we are going to have a woman president, possibly during my life, and I've often thought the best way to pave the way for this was to first nominate and elect a woman as vice-president. But I think Mondale made a serious mistake when he picked Geraldine Ferraro as his running mate. In my view, he guessed wrong in deciding to take a congresswoman that almost nobody had ever heard of and try to put her in line for the presidency. We have had many successful woman governors around the country who have demonstrated the potential...
  • Clintonite rage could burn Democratic hope

    06/08/2008 12:41:18 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 85 replies · 141+ views
    The Denver Post ^ | June 8, 2008 | Susan Greene
    Sacha Millstone is nobody's sweetie. The Democratic insider will stand up at August's national convention and cast her vote for the candidate who suspended her bid on Saturday. And then Millstone will quit the party with which she is falling bitterly out of line. "This isn't sour grapes. This is about the best candidate losing the nomination because she's a woman. It's the most blatant example of sexism in our society. This is about the party breaking my trust, women's trust. And that can't be fixed," she says. Millstone hails the day in 2007 when Hillary Clinton announced she was...
  • Victim of Sexism? Women Rally 'Round Clinton

    05/24/2008 8:13:19 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 33 replies · 88+ views
    ABC News ^ | May 24, 2008 | Kate Snow and Jenna Mucha
    Many women were driven to vote this week in Kentucky following fierce comments made by Sen. Hillary Clinton. "Some have said your votes didn't matter, that this campaign was over..." the New York senator said over and over on the campaign trail in Kentucky in the days before the primary there on Tuesday. If you talk to voters at her rallies, you will find women who resent what they view as Clinton being pushed out of the presidential race. A Clinton support group formed last week and has run full-page ads in newspapers stating, "Not so Fast." Many female Clinton...
  • A woman president in the White House will be nothing like Hillary Clinton

    05/24/2008 6:09:41 PM PDT · by shrinkermd · 53 replies · 259+ views
    Telegraph UK ^ | 25 May 2005 | Camille Paglia
    Right now, Hillary is in Godzilla mode, refusing to accept Barack Obama's looming nomination and threatening to tie the Democratic party in legal knots until the August convention and beyond. Those who think she will withdraw gracefully in a few weeks are living in cloud cuckoo land. The Clintons are ruthless scrappers who will lock their bulldog teeth in any bloody towel. In her raw ambition and stubborn, grinding energy, Hillary will certainly cast a long shadow on young women aspiring to high office. She is both inspiring role model and cringe-making bad example - a feminist who never found...
  • Hillary Clinton's candidacy has done feminism no favours

    05/24/2008 11:58:14 AM PDT · by Huntress · 7 replies · 425+ views
    Telegraph (UK) ^ | 5/24/08 | Camille Paglia
    When the dust settles over the 2008 election, will Hillary Clinton have helped or hindered women's advance toward the US presidency? Right now, Hillary is in Godzilla mode, refusing to accept Barack Obama's looming nomination and threatening to tie the Democratic party in legal knots until the August convention and beyond. Those who think she will withdraw gracefully in a few weeks are living in cloud cuckoo land. The Clintons are ruthless scrappers who will lock their bulldog teeth in any bloody towel. In her raw ambition and stubborn, grinding energy, Hillary will certainly cast a long shadow on young...
  • Hillary Clinton accuses sexists of trying to stop her...(Here we go)

    05/23/2008 2:28:35 AM PDT · by markomalley · 13 replies · 283+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 5/23/2008 | Toby Harnden
    Her defiant speeches are peppered with references to her gender. She told a crowd of some 3,000 - more than two thirds of them women - in Coral Gables, Florida, that America needed "a president who will roll up her sleeves and get to work for you" and a woman to "clean house" in Washington. Mrs Clinton's main remaining chance of beating her Democratic rival, Senator Barack Obama, lies in persuading the vast majority of about 200 undecided super-delegates - party officials - to reverse the elected delegate tally, which the Illinois senator has already won. Making an explicit pitch...
  • Gender Issue Lives On as Clinton’s Hopes Dim (NY SLimes Triple Barf Alert)

    05/19/2008 3:37:24 AM PDT · by SkyPilot · 19 replies · 225+ views
    NY Slimes ^ | 19 May 08 | JODI KANTOR
    With each passing day, it seems a little less likely that the next president of the United States will wear a skirt — or a cheerful, no-nonsense pantsuit. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is now in what most agree are the waning days of her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. To use her own phrase, she has been running “to break the highest and hardest glass ceiling” in American life, and now the presidency, or even a nomination that once seemed to be hers to claim, seems out of reach. Along with the usual post-mortems about strategy, message and money,...
  • As Clinton's candidacy fades, supporters' hope for equality fades with it

    05/18/2008 2:03:56 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 31 replies · 76+ views
    The Buffalo News ^ | May 18, 2008 | Jerry Zremski
    As Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton faded from Democratic presidential favorite to runner-up, Lynn Z. Tulumello and countless other women from coast to coast looked on, aching with a disappointment far greater than the one that comes with losing. “I don’t want us to have this chance and for it to end with women looking at their daughters and saying, ‘If I had had a boy, he could have done anything,’ ” said Tulumello, a 47-year-old South Buffalo resident with two grown daughters. “I’m sure Hillary feels the same way.” No doubt about it: Many women feel the same way. As...
  • Clinton's female fans wonder what if...and when

    05/17/2008 5:35:19 PM PDT · by Utah Girl · 33 replies · 71+ views
    AP ^ | 5/17/2008 | Sara Kugler
    Philipina Heintzman, 81, drove 80 miles across the South Dakota prairie to experience history in the making: a woman running for president, something she never dreamed as a child that she would live to see. That event, a Hillary Rodham Clinton rally in Bath on Thursday, also marked history unraveling. As Clinton's prospects sink in the Democratic race, Heintzman and many women like her are feeling the poignant letdown of seeing the first woman with a strong chance at the presidency fall short. "It would hurt my feelings a lot because I think she should be No. 1, she should...
  • Hillary Clinton portrays calls to quit as chauvinism

    03/30/2008 1:25:53 PM PDT · by mdittmar · 30 replies · 849+ views
    Telegraph.co.uk ^ | 3/30/08 | Toby Harnden
    Faced with a growing chorus to abandon the uphill battle against Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton is falling back on what she sees as her trump card - her gender.At other perilous junctures like the eve of the New Hampshire primary and the eve of Super Tuesday, the former First Lady highlighted her femininity during televised tearful moments. Now she is portraying the calls for her to quit as male chauvinism. In comments leaked to the New York Times, Mrs Clinton is said to have told aides that she would not be "bullied out" of the White...
  • Chelsea Surprised By Sexist Comments

    03/30/2008 12:20:51 PM PDT · by kingattax · 118 replies · 2,734+ views
    Campaigning For Mom In N. Carolina, Clinton Says She Was Sheltered From Chauvinism (AP) Chelsea Clinton said Saturday that she didn't realize how much sexism remained in the United States until she noticed the issue at recent campaign stops for her mother. "I didn't really get how much sexism there still was in our country until I was at a rally with my mom in New Hampshire, and someone came up to me and said, 'I just can't see a woman being commander in chief,"' Clinton said during a stop in Research Triangle Park. She also noted another New Hampshire...
  • McGovern: Hard to elect female president

    03/25/2008 3:40:32 PM PDT · by kingattax · 16 replies · 475+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 3-25-08 | MARY CLARE JALONICK
    WASHINGTON - Former Sen. George McGovern, the 1972 Democratic presidential nominee, said Tuesday it would be easier for a black man to be elected to the White House than a woman. The former South Dakota senator has endorsed Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, whom he has known for decades since she helped campaign for him. She is in a close race with Sen. Barack Obama for the party nod. "I have a feeling that in this country where we're at today in our thinking, it's going to be harder to elect a woman than to elect a black man," he told...
  • Idea of woman president: 'This is big-time change'

    03/15/2008 9:53:44 AM PDT · by Deaner59 · 15 replies · 341+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | March 15, 2008 | Dan Majors
    To a number of the people packed into Soldiers & Sailors Military Museum and Memorial yesterday evening, this was more than just another politician on the campaign stump. This was history, unfolding right up there on the stage, right before their eyes. A woman who might be elected president of the United States. "To be honest, no, I never thought I'd see the day," said Audrey Johnston, 76, of Scott, who attended Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech with her daughter, JoAnn Ferraiuolo, 56, of North Versailles. "The good ol' boys club always seemed to have their say," said Ms. Johnston,...
  • Drift away from Clinton frustrates many women

    03/02/2008 2:32:01 AM PST · by Marc Tumin · 96 replies · 2,589+ views
    The Los Angeles Times ^ | March 2, 2008 | Robin Abcarian
    DALLAS -- Darlene Ewing is a Democratic activist, longtime feminist and very frustrated Hillary Rodham Clinton supporter. Like many who have dreamed of seeing a woman in the Oval Office, Ewing doesn't understand why women are drifting in ever-greater numbers away from Clinton toward her rival, Barack Obama. This trend, which has imperiled the candidacy of the woman once considered a shoo-in for her party's nomination, infuriates the frank-talking Texan. "They're running to the rock star, to the momentum, to the excitement," said Ewing, a family law attorney who chairs the Dallas County Democratic Party. "And I am worried that...
  • Ali G Explains to Newt Why a Woman Shouldn't Be President

    02/28/2008 8:35:18 PM PST · by Hoodat · 12 replies · 218+ views
    YouTube ^ | 11/12/2006 | adirondack928
    In this video , Ali G makes a convincing case why a woman shouldn't be President of the US. This interview is from the 90's, but it is still relevant today.
  • Rasmussen: 71% Willing to Vote for Woman President, 73% for African-American

    02/17/2008 2:25:41 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 37 replies · 193+ views
    Seventy-one percent (71%) of the nation’s voters say they would be willing to vote for a woman for President. Seventeen percent (17%) say they would not and 11% are not sure. Results are similar when asked about voting for an African-American—73% are willing to cast such a vote, 14% are not, and 13% are not sure. Seven percent (7%) of Democrats say they would not vote for a woman. Nine percent (9%) would not vote for an African-American. Among political moderates, 12% say they would not vote for a woman. Fifteen percent (15%) would not vote for an African-American. All...
  • What is God's View of a Woman as the Head of a Nation?

    02/01/2008 7:52:05 AM PST · by Jonathan · 199 replies · 170+ views
    Must Remain Anonymous Due to Islam | January 31, 2008 | Bible Teacher in Egypt
    A Question to Ponder It may too late in the process, but I thought we should ask this question: What is God’s view of a woman as the head of a nation? How we answer that question will, of course, betray our system of Bible interpretation; so, let’s ask the text. In the midst of his pronouncement of awful judgment, Isaiah states as part of that judgment, “As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths.” If this...
  • (NOW press release!) Psychological Gang Bang of Hillary is Proof We Need a Woman President

    01/28/2008 12:13:49 PM PST · by doug from upland · 136 replies · 359+ views
    NOW cows ^ | orig 1-11-08 | Marcia Pappas
    PRESS RELEASES Psychological Gang Bang of Hillary is Proof We Need a Woman President January 11, 2008 by Marcia Pappas, President NOW - New York State We've all witnessed scenarios where, on the playground little girls are being taunted by little boys while both girls and boys stand idle, afraid to speak up or even cheering. Or, in the workplace males tease young and older female co-workers; make obscene gestures, inappropriate comments, laughing and expecting (often correctly) that everyone will join in. Then there was that movie where Jodie Foster portrayed the true story of woman who was ganged raped...
  • Thompson teases Clinton ("there is no woman on the horizon that ought to be president next year")

    12/26/2007 6:59:41 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 77 replies · 259+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 12/26/07 | Amy Lorentzen - ap
    CRESTON, Iowa - Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson on Wednesday teased Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, saying "there is no woman on the horizon that ought to be president next year." The former Tennessee senator was challenging potential caucus-goers to choose the best man to help fend off what he described as an assault by a Democratic Party that is "just salivating" to lead the country into a welfare state. "Who are we going to set on the road — what man are we going to set on the road — to lead us and to stand against this assault?"...
  • Former President Fox: Nations would benefit from female leader

    10/27/2007 11:58:44 AM PDT · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 44 replies · 95+ views
    WCCO.COM ^ | 27 OCTOBER 2007 | AP
    STORM LAKE, Iowa (AP) -- Former Mexican President Vicente Fox said Friday his native country and the United States would benefit from electing a female president. The reason, Fox said, is that women in leadership have different characteristics than their male counterparts. These traits have long been embraced by businesses across the world, he said, but they have yet to take hold in government. ``Maybe it is because having kids is such a special thing. ... (Women) think about the future more, they think about their children,'' he said during a lecture at Buena Vista University in northwest Iowa. During...
  • 54% Say Dems Likely to Nominate White Male

    08/30/2007 9:56:18 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 51 replies · 1,217+ views
    54% Say Dems Likely to Nominate White Male rasmussenreports.com 36 minutes ago New York Senator Hillary Clinton and Illinois Senator Barack Obama have been one-two in polls for the Democratic Presidential nomination since the campaign season begin. Together, they routinely attract support from more than half of all Likely Democratic Primary Voters. But, the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 54% of the nation's voters say it's at least Somewhat Likely that the Democrats will end up nominating a White Male. Twenty-four percent (24%) of all voters say a White Male candidate is Very Likely. Thirty-four percent (34%)...
  • Clinton faces gender gap as she stumps in Iowa

    08/21/2007 7:57:48 AM PDT · by SmithL · 61 replies · 1,610+ views
    McClatchy News via SacBee ^ | 8/21/7 | Matt Stearns - Mcclatchy Washington Bureau
    DES MOINES, Iowa -- A pair of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's worst nightmares trudged past a giant blue "Hillary for President" sign outside the Iowa State Fair here with palpable disgust. "Hillary can go to hell," said Alice Aszman, 66, a Democrat from Ottumwa. "I'll never vote for her. I don't think a woman should be president. I think a man should. They've got more authority." Her husband, Daniel, 50, also a Democrat, agreed: "I think women should stay home instead of being boss." That's not what Clinton wants to hear from voters like the Aszmans, who described themselves as...
  • Will U.S. voters elect a woman as president?

    08/21/2007 3:28:39 AM PDT · by NCDragon · 34 replies · 968+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | August 21, 2007 | Matt Stearns
    DES MOINES, Iowa — A pair of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's worst nightmares trudged past a giant blue "Hillary for President" sign outside the Iowa State Fair with palpable disgust. "Hillary can go to hell," said Alice Aszman, 66, a Democrat from Ottumwa. "I'll never vote for her. I don't think a woman should be president. I think a man should. They've got more authority." Her husband, Daniel, 50, also a Democrat, agreed: "I think women should stay home instead of being boss." That's not what Clinton wants to hear from voters like the Aszmans, who described themselves as "working...
  • '24' Gets a Hillary (Woman President for 7th Season)

    08/13/2007 11:55:53 PM PDT · by Lancey Howard · 108 replies · 1,731+ views
    Defamer.com ^ | July 20, 2007 | Not Attributed
    There's just a quick blurb at the links (as usual, details about upcoming seasons of '24' are sparse to non-existent). Actress Cherry Jones will play President Allison Taylor in the 7th season of '24'.
  • Exclusive: 24 Plot Tossed, Production Delayed (New season to feature FEMALE President?)

    07/14/2007 10:30:10 AM PDT · by Bratch · 34 replies · 1,237+ views
    TV Guide ^ | Jul 9, 2007 2:56 PM | Michael Ausiello
    Season 7 of 24 promises to be its tensest yet — at least on the set. Execs at the Fox hit have scrapped virtually their entire story line for the season, delaying the start of production by roughly three weeks. According to sources, the 11th-hour time-out was called after the network put the kibosh on a costly plan to shoot a number of episodes in Africa. Producers briefly toyed with the idea of finding a location in Los Angeles that could sub for the continent, but they ultimately decided to ditch the whole concept and start over from scratch. Although...
  • Sen. Clinton Touts Woman for President

    08/31/2006 4:03:50 PM PDT · by Dilbert San Diego · 69 replies · 1,135+ views
    World Net Daily
    Aug 31 2:35 PM US/Eastern By MARC HUMBERT Associated Press Writer SENECA FALLS, N.Y. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, standing outside an abandoned knitting mill that will become the new home of the National Women's Hall of Fame, said Thursday she hopes America is ready for its first woman president. "It just depends on when and if that happens," the former first lady said. "Stay tuned." Clinton continued to duck questions about whether she will run for the White House in 2008, saying yet again she is completely focused on her re-election this year. But Clinton said that when it comes...
  • Lynn Cheney: Condi Rice for President?

    08/23/2006 12:15:39 PM PDT · by no dems · 239 replies · 2,328+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 8-18-06 | NewsMax.com Staff
    The idea of a woman president is not so abstract now that the 2008 election nears, Lynne Cheney, wife of vice president Dick Cheney said Wednesday. "If you're thinking of Condi Rice, I think she has good credentials," Cheney said. During an appearance sponsored by the Aspen Institute, Cheney talked mostly about education and history but did venture into current politics, including the possibility of women running for president. She did not mention New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, widely thought to be considering a presidential run in 2008. "(National security) is the driving issue," Cheney said. "The stereotype exists that...
  • Cheney: Idea Of Female President Not So Abstract As 2008 Nears

    08/17/2006 8:30:54 PM PDT · by Solitar · 51 replies · 1,069+ views
    The Denver Channel ^ | 7:27 am MDT August 17, 2006 | The Associated Press
    ASPEN, Colo. -- The idea of a woman president is not so abstract now that the 2008 election nears, Lynne Cheney, wife of vice president Dick Cheney said Wednesday. "If you're thinking of Condi Rice, I think she has good credentials," Cheney said. During an appearance sponsored by the Aspen Institute, Cheney talked mostly about education and history but did venture into current politics, including the possibility of women running for president. She did not mention New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, widely thought to be considering a presidential run in 2008. "(National security) is the driving issue," Cheney said. "The...
  • France's Royal calls for Clinton to weigh in on Lebanon

    08/01/2006 11:23:45 AM PDT · by Republicain · 54 replies · 1,054+ views
    PARIS, Aug 1, 2006 (AFP) - Segolene Royal, the Socialist tipped to become France's first female president, on Tuesday called for former US president Bill Clinton to intervene to calm the escalating Middle East conflict. "France can play an intermediary, trustworthy role" but we also need "voices that carry international weight, that have moral authority", Royal told RTL radio. "I am thinking about people such as Bill Clinton. We can find others, one per continent, who will be able to relaunch dialogue and give the feeling that we can talk to each other again," she said. "We need person-to-person talks...