Via the Daily Mail.
Men also struggle to get to the very top in politics. There are very few positions there and lots of people fighting for them.
I’m not sure you will want to hear the truth but here go’s.
Women are not natural leaders. They are weak compared to men and this is natures way. This is not to degrade women in any way as they have capabilities not found in men. Leadership is simply not their biological role.
This is backed up by thousands of years of human history.
It is also the reason that it is highly unlikely that Michelle Bachmann, Sarah Palin or even Hilary Clinton had or have any real chance of being elected President of the United States. Of the three Hilary probably had the best chance and I will elaborate only by saying it’s not presidential to look hot in a bikini!
For years I had always stated that America would elect a black male president before electing the first woman president. I was right.
After how badly this first experiment has gone, I wonder about the typical white man and his intention in the voting booth.
And I wonder if he’d tell his wife that he will never vote for another candidate based upon race, sex or religion... ever again.
I’d vote for Palin in a heartbeat but liberals defeated my last opportunity to put her in office.
Ask Sarah Palin this question.
She’s the one who quit.
Didn’t a Roman Senator say, “Make women your equal, they will rule you.”
Perhaps because women mistake networking for accomplishment. In business it’s not all networking and in politics it’s not networking, it’s about being able to do your job. Throw in that sometimes women base decisions on personal perspectives, not what is good for the country, and you have a voting bloc that doesn’t want anything unpleasant, just a continuation of the good life. A lot of women voters don’t want what is best for the country, but what is ‘fun’ or ‘social,’ or always pleasant. Sarah Palin turns some women off because she likes to handle a gun, shoot animals, and get her hands dirty, something that a lot of women these days think is ‘icky.’ Obama won a huge vote because he is pleasant and doesn’t want Americans to sacrfice anything but their freedom and self respect. There is no point in denying that and there’s also a snippy cliqueish tendency that if a woman is too much of an ‘outsider,’ then she won’t get voted in. I soemtimes think America has been reduced to becoming one big high school campus. Sarah is the ‘out’ girl and as a result she won’t get into office. She might be widely respected and widely admired aroudn the world, but it’s at home where she has to get voted ‘in.’ No vote, no Presidency.
They have these pesky things called elections. People (for the most part) can’t just be appointed.
I’ll never forget the liberal I heard once explaining that the Supreme Soviet was more representative than the US Congress brcause they had more women.
I’ve noticed at work when I’ve had female bosses, there’s much more emphasis on discussing social activities and one’s personal life. With the male bosses I’ve worked for, it’s much more impersonal and focused on the job at hand which is fine with me since I’ve come to work not to a party.