Friday, June 21, 2013

And what signal would that be?

That the United States is weak and ripe for an attack? 

That's the signal that the idea of a woman in the Oval Office who isn't a secretary sends to me.  No matter who it is.  Because women can't make up their damn minds.

Don't believe me?  How many women have been attacked because they couldn't make up their damn minds over whether or not they were in an iffy situation?

If it's not an inability to make up their minds, it's making bad decisions.  Look at how many women claim that they're date raped.  Even if two-thirds of them were fully consenting at the time, they obviously realized it was a bad decision after the fact.

Then again, judging by our abusive relationships with nations run by enemy ideologies, we've been a nation run by women for a very long time.

6 comments:

  1. I think Hillary already made up her mind: No matter what it takes, who it hurts, how much it is detrimental to the U.S. and as soon as possible she's going to steal, commandeer, inflict harm, destroy her enemies and do all with a smile on her face. She's the epitome of evil and only the foolish would trust her with anything more than a slice of gum.

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    1. There's a couple of other things I'd trust her with. The nuclear football is not one of them.

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    1. Yeah, food prep's another thing I wouldn't trust her with. Sorry, but I don't want to die.

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  3. I hate to say it, but I think she has more balls than the current occupant does....

    I don't know. If the GOP doesn't pull its collective head out of its collective ass, or a third party get some traction, we're screwed for a good many more years.

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    1. You do have a point. A few of 'em. Will I ever vote for Clinton? Probably not--she's already been President (do you really think Bill was the one in charge?).

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