- Jun 24, 2019
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- Political Leaning
On point. I agree completely.I would agree, and this is despite noting that VPs are supposed to be background figures; there just isn't much to point to, but to be fair, Biden's presidency is still young. Beyond this, Harris was laughably weak in the primaries besides being a flip-flopper there, and frankly the less said about her very dubious, checkered and frankly down right concerning career as Cali's attorney general the better.
Anyone who would like to see her as the presumptive Dem nominee is either seeking disappointment (whether in the primary or general election), has set their bar far too low, or both.
The issue is the bootlicking fetish, right? Did I get it? What do I win?From the comments I have read so far on this topic, it is painfully obvious what the issue is.
A woman President is fine, as long as she is Conservative, a Republican, and a Trump bootlicker.
Now if a woman happens to have dark skin, or is a Liberal, or a a Biden bootlicker, she clearly is not qualified.
I mean come on people! Any one with any common sense can see what the issues are with a female President. It isn't her gender that is the issue at all!!
Is that really so?Women are not generally speaking as capable as men to be effective leaders. There are exceptions like Margaret Thatcher, but even then the only real exceptions also understand women are on average not as capable of leaders, which is why the handful of good female world leaders like thatcher are despised by feminists
The next presidential election takes place in April and will involve two rounds of voting if no candidate wins an absolute majority in the first round.
President Emmanuel Macron has not yet announced he will run for a second term but is widely expected to do so.
According to POLITICO’s Poll of Polls of first-round voting intention, Macron leads the pack of potential candidates on 24 percent, one point ahead of far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
Yes, it is really so. There’s a reason why women leaders were very rare until recently when western society became rich and decadent enough to cruise on past success. So now it’s a luxury of affirmative action.Is that really so?
I doubt it.
Good golly. I thought Catholics were taught to love, admire and respect women as equals, not make blanket, misogynistic, derogatory statements about women.Yes, it is really so. There’s a reason why women leaders were very rare until recently when western society became rich and decadent enough to cruise on past success. So now it’s a luxury of affirmative action.
I don’t really see the evidence where female political leaders are even really that effective. What normally happens is that they take an office and things get worse and then any criticism will be called “sexism” and they’ll get hailed for having a vag.
Wrong card game. Try sexism and/or misogyny. You don't need color necessarily for either of those to come into play.So it's racism that is why her **** ups get more airtime compared to a White Male?
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Still waiting however for those teachings to impel them to treat women as equals within the church itself. That still has yet to happen.Good golly. I thought Catholics were taught to love, admire and respect women as equals, not make blanket, misogynistic, derogatory statements about women.