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Don't Get Carried Away About Clinton

jaybird8 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 12:38 PM
We are seeing the inevitable result now of giving women the vote and letting them into politics. Women are socialists by nature, and will always vote for whoever promises them the most security. Women are substituting government for husbands. Individually, women go power-mad with a taste of it. Women are unsuited to leadership and have no business seeking authority over men. No civilizations in history were so stupid as to let women into politics, but we did it. We deserve what we get. Giving women the vote was sowing the wind. Here, now, comes the whirlwind to destroy us.
dusel1 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 8:25 PM
Women certainly do not belong in combat roles, ground, sea, or air.
upwithRomney Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 4:39 PM
Are you a Democratic plant? Oh I guess that there are people like you in the Party of conservatives and I wish you'd get out.
Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 6:45 PM
Richard Wurmbrand, the Romanina Lutheran pastor imprisoned fourteen years for his faith, three of them spent 30 feet underground in solitary confinement (he forgot how to read) and tortured relenetlessly, reported that the most vicious torturers were the women.

Unless you can construct a parallel universe where women were NOT given the vote, you CANNOT argue that it has been a positive change. I'm afraid there's a lot of truth in jaybird8's comments.

There's a reason Paul would not allow women, in the 1st century church, to have authority over men. He knew things Westerners have forgotten.

Here we go again, it's "American Idol: Presidential Edition." And we can't even resist waiting until 2012 is over.

Since the Republican Party clearly needs to amp up its Hispanic outreach, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is a leading contestant for their team. And Hillary, oh Hillary, she is inevitable all over again.

Pundits on left-leaning MSNBC who once cast her aside in 2008 are now expecting her to be their next candidate. After viciously attacking the GOP during this year's presidential election, The National Organization for Women is now insisting that President Obama's cabinet be filled with at least 50 percent women secretaries...