I don't think the sex of the person has anything to do with whether or not they'd make a good president. Man or woman, we could do much, much better than we have now. Unfortunately, I'm not impressed with the likely candidates of 2012 on either side.
Yes Sarah Palin is definitely ready to be nominated...ah what a world
Seriously, it makes no difference, male or female.
absolutley not. A woman for president would be worst then what we have now. Come on people get real here is a reaction that a would have to something bad that happened "oo no that is really sad, what a horrible man." Then she would ball like the speaker of the house. With saying that putting the speaker of the house as president would be a step up from a woman. Don't be mad ladies, but it is true women can not be leaders, because they lead with their emotions. While men think more logicial, its a proven fact. Now, I a not saying that women are stupid and I do think Sarah Palin is smart but not for president. Just think about it a little, a woman would have war every 28 days, and want a national shopping day
by girly_girl09 10 years ago
There have been a few threads going on that are harping on the personal family issues of some politicians, namely Sarah Palin.Yes, these individuals are heavily exposed because they chose to run for office, but why the downright ill will towards the people themselves or even their husband or wife?...
by Leslie McCowen 7 years ago
"On Fox, Sarah Palin said Obama wants pre-civil war race relations to come back." "radical black radical black radical black radical black radical black radical black radical black"-Breitbart's site on Professor Bell2008: redux, or "pretend we aren't racist", part II
by rhamson 9 years ago
This past election there was a lot of energy created in the choice by John McCain to have Sarah Palin as his running mate. What do you feel was the reason for this choice and how do you think she was qualified to be the Vice President. Could you please be factual with your replies to...
by Leta S 10 years ago
Currently under 13 ethics investigations...McCain and staff now full-on against her.Aren't you glad we voted Obama in?
by Paul Wingert 8 years ago
Although her chances of winning is next to nothing (I'd rather vote for a sock puppet), but as a worse case senereo, I would tour Canada and Europe for four years and try not to stick out as an American due to embarrasment (very hard to do). It was bad enough traveling to Canada while Bush was in...
by T_Augustus 8 years ago
If Barack Obama was the Republican candidate, would you have voted for him?Very curious what an HONEST answer would be from both Republicans and Democrats alike...the operative word is "honest".
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