AMERICA IS READY FOR A WOMAN PRESDIENT


What a remarkable and inspiring thing it would be to have a woman be our President.

Women bring and uncanny sensibility to everyday life.  They have raised the children of the world.  They have instilled in these children the values of compassion and kindness, intelligence and humor.

As far as I know, and it is what I believe, no woman would ever think that war is a good option.  It don’t believe that a woman would think that war is even in the top ten options as a way to deal with conflict.  Women believe in talking things out.

While fathers hurt just as much when a son or daughter is killed at war, there is nothing like a mother’s love.  A mother has an incomparable bond with a child because she carried that child inside her body and gave it life.  True, she needed a man in the process.  But motherhood, and the process of parenting as a mother is a unique skill ingrained in the genetic code of women.

For these reasons and a host of others, how great would it be to have a woman as President of the United States.  A woman who thinks of the country as one of her own children.  Guiding and protecting with love.

I hope that in my lifetime I get to see a woman President, and I believe that America is ready, in fact eager to see what it would be like.  We want a woman, we just don’t want this one.  Goodbye Hillary, it’s time for you to go away.

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One thought on “AMERICA IS READY FOR A WOMAN PRESDIENT

  1. I was gonna mention, Margret Thatcher that didn’t quite have the attributes you mentioned in a woman for opposing war, but then I read your last sentence and the point was moot.

    It is only a matter of time, given the increasing number of women as “presidents” to their countries is increasing. Maybe Hillary should have taken a cue, that is if she had a crystal ball, from the back to back presidencies of the Kirchners of Argentina and not wasted time going to the Senate.

    🙂

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