Women. Do you want to be subserviant to Romney and Obama?
I heard in the debates how they want equal pay, equal hiring opportunities and equal treatment in the workplace. But then, (Romney especially) refered to a folder of women that he recruited when in fact it was a folder of resumes, by women, brought to him. But beyond the rhetoric, the moderator was a woman and they talked down to her, over her, and showed no respect for the instructions she laid before them. At one point, Romney held out his hand as to say, "shut up, Candy" Women, Vote for who walks the talk!
Roseanne Barr for president! Or maybe Peta Lindsay. Or Jill Stein.
Rosanne scares me. I checked out her official campaign website, and she says that she wants to legalize ALL drugs, cut ALL military funding, and put ALL "violent Wall Street criminals" in jail. I would feel more subservient under her, than anyone.
I too would kinda hate to find myself under her.
Them being rude to Candy had nothing to do with her gender. They cut off the moderator several times in the last debate, too. I accept that people are jackasses in heated debates, and don't take any personal offense to this particular debate just because the moderator happens to have the same kind of genitals as me. To answer your question; no, I wouldn't want to be subservient to them, or anyone else. I do not, however, agree that I would be under either of their leadership.
I don't like either candidate. Asian women had to kowtow for centuries. You will not find me bowing to either. I do think Romney prefers women to be seen and not heard. I read a bio on him and I did not like what I read. It was written about him more on a personal level. When I look at Obama, I see his wife who rules the roost. I would not want to get her mad. Look at her brows...she scowls- if looks could kill.
by Demas W Jasper 6 years ago
Is it interesting that both Romney and Obama agreed rules are needed, then ignored the debate rules?I felt there was intent in Obama taking more than two minutes to make up for losing "five seconds" and that a comparison of the actual time each candidate was allowed to talk would not show...
by JaxsonRaine 5 years ago
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by bizzymom 5 years ago
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by Susan Reid 5 years ago
This is from FORBES. I am posting the whole article for your consideration:In tonight’s debate we saw a transformed Barack Obama, and it made a very big difference. In the first debate Governor Mitt Romney was relaxed and confident and in command; Obama was practically absent. Tonight, Obama was...
by JaxsonRaine 5 years ago
Habee got the jump on the debate last time. This time, it's my turn.I predict that Obama is going to end up with 4 minutes more speaking time. Liberals will complain that Romney was rude, interrupted Obama, and bullied the moderator. Conservatives will complain that the moderator is biased, and...
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
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