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Old 11-07-2016, 02:47 PM
 
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Originally Posted by carcrazy67 View Post
I can think of many women that I would like to see as President. Just not this one!
Of course, just keep waiting and waiting and if you're really lucky, it will never happen! Just like it never has in the entire history of this country.
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Old 11-07-2016, 02:52 PM
 
Location: the Sticks
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They already do.

The embrace of Donald Trump by Americaís white nationalists has been one of the most surprising and unsettling threads in the 2016 campaign. The celebrity New York developer has been endorsed by the nationís most prominent neo-Nazis, as well as both current and former Klansmen.

How White Nationalists Learned To Love Donald Trump - POLITICO Magazine

The White Nationalists Who Support Donald Trump - ABC News
So we need to embrace Hillary who is arguably one of the two worst choices ever? She is a liar, her decision making is deeply questionable. In fact the FBI delivered a scathing rebuke of Hillary's decision making in regard to her private server and email handling. If that had been Trump, or really anyone else, that would have been a kiss of death. As little as 20 years ago someone like Hillary or Trump would have been laughed off the stage.
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Old 11-07-2016, 02:57 PM
 
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Well,I was Not being sarcastic.

I am thinking about future generations of women.

I don't want to see another person with a make apparatus leading us for at least another 8 years.
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Old 11-07-2016, 02:58 PM
 
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As a woman,i want to see the first woman president!

I just get all excited thinking about all the disgruntled men mad because a woman will lead the most powerful nation on Earth!

Last the last election revealed lots of racism,this one will reveal a lot of misogyny.
Half of it is on CD.

I do not think she is a great candidate,or even honest,but hey we have something in common.

Gender!


This reeks of a troll thread, but I will at least put you in your place. Not as a woman mind you, as they are on an equal footing with most things as men where I am concerned.
No, where you would need to be put in your place is because of the absurd reason to pick one person over another, because of race, gender, religion, etc.

It is always amusing to me how liberals try to claim the moral high ground by assuming conservatives are ______ist this and ______ist that.
Yet they themselves are typically the ones who engage is such behavior not even realizing it. Thus they assume everyone else does.
But I digress.

My great aunt told me the biggest mistake she ever made as an intelligent and informed voter was to vote for JFK, just because he was a Catholic.
Back then there was all sorts of people who thought a Catholic would take orders and run the country the way the Catholic church/Pope wanted them to.
Anyway, she saw the error of her ways,and regretted it for the rest of her life.

Thus women or even men who would vote for Hillary just because of her gender are being ignorant, selfish, or some other ridiculous thing.
If it were Margret Thatcher, then by all means vote for her. Not because she was a woman, but because she was a great person. She had integrity, honestly and ethics aside from her qualifications.
She was everything Hillary is not.
So by all means vote for a woman in the future just like you have voted for men in the past. But it should not be "I'm voting for Hillary because of her gender", as we all know there will be a woman president, maybe plenty of them.

Frankly, people who vote for Hillary are doing women a disservice in that she will be such a disaster, it will make people think twice about voting for another woman running in the future.

Food for thought!


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Old 11-07-2016, 02:59 PM
 
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A qualified, morally and ethically strong, uncorrupted woman? Fine.. Hillary? Just wait for someone who isn't the scum of the earth.
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Old 11-07-2016, 02:59 PM
 
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I have no issues whatsoever with a woman being the president. Just NOT this one, not Hillary. She is disgusting, nasty old rotting hag of a corrupt liar. If she wins, it's a free for all the commit crimes at the highest level, all across this country.

Hag.....a word used for old women traditionally.

Hmmm,seems like misogyny
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Old 11-07-2016, 03:03 PM
 
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So we need to embrace Hillary who is arguably one of the two worst choices ever? She is a liar, her decision making is deeply questionable. In fact the FBI delivered a scathing rebuke of Hillary's decision making in regard to her private server and email handling. If that had been Trump, or really anyone else, that would have been a kiss of death. As little as 20 years ago someone like Hillary or Trump would have been laughed off the stage.
Are you saying Trump is honest? Seriously? Seriously?

Trump said President Obama was an illegitimate president not born in the U.S. One, it didn't matter because President Obama's mother was a U.S. citizen but besides that, Trump claimed he had a team of investigators in Hawaii and they "couldn't believe what they were finding". What happened to that?

Trump said Cruz's father participated in the Kennedy assassination. Do you believe he was telling the truth?

Trump likened Ben Carson to a child molester. Do you believe that?

Do you believe Trump is really under audit after he was forced to admit he hasn't paid taxes in decades and we subsidize him? Further, it's shown he will likely never pay federal income taxes because he has managed to claim bank losses as his own. He files for bankruptcy multiple times, the banks lose the money, he claims their loss as his loss and doesn't pay taxes, reaping hundreds of millions of dollars. He wants a government job yet he doesn't pay income taxes. That's pretty funny.

He attacks companies that hire H1Bs, but he hires H1Bs.
He attacks companies that manufacture overseas, he manufactures overseas.
He attacks Jeff Bezos for what he calls ways to avoid paying taxes, when he doesn't pay taxes.
He attacks Hillary Clinton for not divorcing her husband after he cheated, yet he has apparently cheated throughout, from openly bringing his mistress to a family vacation to bragging that he just grabs women by the ***** "I don't even wait" (so assault) and has been married three times with three families.
He attacks illegal immigrants but it has been found his third wife was an illegal immigrant. Will she go on the other side of the wall?
He attacks the Clinton foundation but his foundation has never been certified, has never been audited, has been used to pay the Florida AG and to buy a bit picture of Trump himself - the Clinton Foundation is fully certified and audited regularly.
Does he believe anything he says? Do you believe anything he says?

Does Donald Trump Get a Pass on Telling Lies Because He's a Man? - NBC News
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Old 11-07-2016, 03:04 PM
 
Location: Austin
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Hag.....a word used for old women traditionally.

Hmmm,seems like misogyny
And voting for a woman, only because she is a woman, instead of a man is sexism.
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Old 11-07-2016, 03:08 PM
 
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Hag.....a word used for old women traditionally.

Hmmm,seems like misogyny
Of course it is. And women are calling Hillary a hag. I would love to see these women saying it. I would love it if these same women were called hags. I would love them to be spoken about using the exact terminology they use. I wonder if these women have daughters, nieces, sisters, mothers that they would like to be called these same things. These women are exactly why there has never been a woman president or vice president. The men have trained the to wait for perfection knowing full well that perfection doesn't exist and they can always wait to demonize the next woman. It's very easy when these women are so malleable.
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Old 11-07-2016, 03:09 PM
 
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You have been attacking with personal insults and name calling other women in this thread, Seacove, because we dare to disagree with you. You have very little self-awareness.
^^^^Exactly! With every post s/he makes, s/he just embarrasses themselves. Too bad s/he doesn't know better.
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