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Women and/in Politics
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Posted 1/20/08 , edited 4/18/08
In New Zealand the last two Prime Minsters where woman (Helen Clark and Jenny Shipley) and our Head of state is the Queen of england (Queen Elizabeth 2)

Posted 2/1/08 , edited 4/18/08

supermalv wrote:

Yes, women should meddle with politics.

A head figure for this example would be monica lewinsky. Her contribution to the white house is beyond mere words. It was a devastating blows when she left the presidential office. Her helping hand would surely be missed.


LMAO...Monica was THE CHick of the White House...I wonder if billie is still missing her lusty jobs..
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Posted 2/1/08 , edited 4/18/08
Women? In my politics? Never.
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26 / M / Sweden
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eliz3 wrote:

I just support anyone who is capable, im not sexist.


Some females might be better, it's the brain that rules lol


i agree with that. if the person is capable enough to do what they are doing sex does not matter.
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22 / F / Australia.
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Posted 2/1/08 , edited 4/18/08
is great since the world is mostly dominated by men
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27 / M / Lost in a place i...
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First off If we sent mothers (with guns) whose sons were killed by are enemies (the terrorists, WW1 and 2, and other wars) in the first place our enemies would have been wiped out and we could chill here and only have Global Warming to deal with. So, I think that women can do things guys can if they try or if they're really pissed off. no offense.
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34 / F / Canada
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Posted 2/1/08 , edited 4/18/08
Of course women should be in politics, women; a gender of human. Is just as smart as the latter.

So where the heck do people get the wack impression that women shouldn't be in politics?
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25 / F / USA
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Posted 2/1/08 , edited 4/18/08
As long as they do the job and do it well I don't really care.
Posted 2/11/08 , edited 4/18/08

lordjazen wrote:

First off If we sent mothers (with guns) whose sons were killed by are enemies (the terrorists, WW1 and 2, and other wars) in the first place our enemies would have been wiped out and we could chill here and only have Global Warming to deal with. So, I think that women can do things guys can if they try or if they're really pissed off. no offense.


Lawl~ That would be a scary thought. But yeah I believe that women are in the end colder than men. If a woman did step beyond the barrier of getting scared to hurt someone, then they are strong enemies with no mercy.
Women would have most probably wiped those "enemies" out, and wouldn't leave one single man behind. And the problem is just that women when they get hysterical, they are thinking and acting in a very irrational way, while men have a cooler temper when it comes to complicated situations.
And that's actually the reason why I don't like the idea of women having too much power. The most of them who sit in the government are career-whores, or feminists, well basically only incompetent scum, at least in our government.

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25 / F / Tennessee
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I don't think a woman should be president. Even though it is America( the country has a face it needs to save whether it wants to or not) and women in such power like that could possibly offend other rulers of countries because of their culture. However I'm not saying that they shouldn't be involved in any political activities.
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33 / F / Washington
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Posted 2/19/08 , edited 4/18/08
I'm sick of old white men running our country. If Obama wins, at least he's not white, but he's still a man >.<
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30 / F / Valenzuela, Phils.
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Posted 2/26/08 , edited 4/18/08
i don't really care about politicians sexuality as long as they are able to lead the country ant its citizen...
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as a woman, i would love to see a woman carrying out a vital role. Some women in the US would prefer that we elect a female in the US. you know, thats cool too. the US is advancing; as we see. BUT LOGICALLY- the WORLD is NOT ready. the US is loosing some of its power, credibility, and source that electing a female into presidency would be a fatal choice. other countries are still 'pro-men' such as countries in asia. they would ''devour'' the female president and she will have MUCH to prove; if the other countrie chooses to see it. The US cannot survive in its state right now. maybe in a few decades.

personally. i dont want hilary clinton to win. i believe she has some powerful and shady sources and entourage.
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33 / F / just about ... here.
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Posted 2/27/08 , edited 4/18/08
politics should not be gender specific.

whoever is legible for the position, with the desire to help improve the country and to be of service to his or her countrymen should be allowed to lead.

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28 / M / A series of tubes
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Bros over hoes
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30 / F / LI, NY
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jmsberg wrote:


Bros over hoes


Lawl. At least over that ho. Can you tell I dislike that woman and her using my homestate as a stepping stone to getting back in the White House?

Not that I'd disapprove of a woman president, nor do I think, "Any woman but Hilary." Hilary would have me considering England of Canada, but Ann Coulter would make me opt for a different planet.



Oh, and as for the one who sarcastically said that Marie Antoinette was a good example of a female leader: real history shows that the failure in Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette's reign was not in their abuse of France, but of their young age and inexperience they had (they were younger than I am now when they had to take the throne), Marie Antoinette's being Austrian (an enemy of France), and the already large debt created from three previous generations of royals. Oh, and because they helped America fight the war, which added to their debt and allowed propaganda move back and forth between the two countries (from France illustrating Marie as the grand decadent whore, and America saying they should also start a revolution in spite of the aid they got from Louis). There are many modern historians that are looking at the accounts of Marie's life and finding that her excess tends to be grossly exaggerated, especially in comparison to the previous king's debts since it's easier to paint a woman as a spend thrift than a man.
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