When asked during her weekly press conference about whether then-New York Senator Hillary Clinton’s vote for the Iraq War should be “disqualifying,” Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said what was actually “important” was to elect a woman president.
Students at a Seattle university said in recent interviews that they're "ready for Hillary" in 2016 for one reason: her gender.
"She's a woman, and that's literally all," one female student told the website Campus Reform at the University of Washington.
Another female student told the website that Clinton has her vote in 2016 "because it's time we have a female president."
Jeanne Shaheen says it's time to put a woman on the $20 bill.
These women who make these statements are women who agree with Karl Marx that people should receive based on need and not production. They are saying that women should receive based on the fact that they are a women and not because of accomplishment. This concept is totally UN-American.
The women I know strongly disagree with that concept. The women I know say that would be demeaning to all women; they say that would be patronizing all women. The women I know are Freedom Loving Americans who believe in the principles of the constitution or American principles. These women would love to see a woman elected president only if they are the most qualified for the position. The women I know would love to see a woman on the $20 bill based on the accomplishments and contributions of the individual.
The women I know believe individuals should be should be rewarded based on their individual contributions and their abilities; these women say all people should be judged on the content of their character and not on if they were born male or female.