Total Posts:15|Showing Posts:1-15
Jump to topic:

America's Not Ready for a Female President

AmericanProud2016
Posts: 2
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath. The country has been fighting amongst itself for years now. Is there any civility left at all in the political arena? It's time we put America first and that means everyone setting aside their individual agendas this 2016 election cycle and working for the good of our nation.

If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were. But after years and years of political fighting, race relations at their lowest point in decades, and witnessing the lack of respect given to this president, we must look ourselves in the mirror as a nation and admit we weren't ready. It's sad. It's hard to say. But it's the truth.

Do we believe electing a female president in 2016 will be any different? Will the political fighting be any less? Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise. Will that violence get better or worse?

We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.
AmericanProud2016
ConservativePolitico
Posts: 8,210
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/2/2015 12:04:36 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM, AmericanProud2016 wrote:
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath. The country has been fighting amongst itself for years now. Is there any civility left at all in the political arena? It's time we put America first and that means everyone setting aside their individual agendas this 2016 election cycle and working for the good of our nation.

If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were. But after years and years of political fighting, race relations at their lowest point in decades, and witnessing the lack of respect given to this president, we must look ourselves in the mirror as a nation and admit we weren't ready. It's sad. It's hard to say. But it's the truth.

Do we believe electing a female president in 2016 will be any different? Will the political fighting be any less? Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise. Will that violence get better or worse?

We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.

People don't respect Obama because of his atrocious policies (have you seen the state of the world lately?) not because of his skin color... as much as some people want to believe that.
slo1
Posts: 4,361
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/6/2015 3:20:27 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM, AmericanProud2016 wrote:
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath. The country has been fighting amongst itself for years now. Is there any civility left at all in the political arena? It's time we put America first and that means everyone setting aside their individual agendas this 2016 election cycle and working for the good of our nation.

If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were. But after years and years of political fighting, race relations at their lowest point in decades, and witnessing the lack of respect given to this president, we must look ourselves in the mirror as a nation and admit we weren't ready. It's sad. It's hard to say. But it's the truth.

Do we believe electing a female president in 2016 will be any different? Will the political fighting be any less? Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise. Will that violence get better or worse?

We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.

That is some pretty jacked back assward logic. lol
TBR
Posts: 9,991
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/6/2015 3:54:02 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM, AmericanProud2016 wrote:
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath. The country has been fighting amongst itself for years now. Is there any civility left at all in the political arena? It's time we put America first and that means everyone setting aside their individual agendas this 2016 election cycle and working for the good of our nation.

If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were. But after years and years of political fighting, race relations at their lowest point in decades, and witnessing the lack of respect given to this president, we must look ourselves in the mirror as a nation and admit we weren't ready. It's sad. It's hard to say. But it's the truth.

Do we believe electing a female president in 2016 will be any different? Will the political fighting be any less? Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise. Will that violence get better or worse?

We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.

That is some messed up reasoning. Because the bigoted have issues with a black president, it is best we just don't distribute them - you know, for the good of the nation?
Lookingatissues
Posts: 239
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/9/2015 4:31:35 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM, AmericanProud2016 wrote:
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
" That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath."
" If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were.
______________________________
Response by sotheseedsofliberty....
As much as some would like to believe, that such things as the sex or the skin pigmentation, somehow instills in a individual the abilities of leadership to the level of even qualifying them to become the president of this country. Character of an individual and leadership ability is more than sex or skin deep , and much to our dismay, we, in this country, have found out the hard way, through experience. To select a president of the United states based on some popular social theories such as , Diversity, political correctness, relativity, have proven to be disappointing to say the least.
You asked,"Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise."
__________________________________
"Women's issues," that were referred to in your post are just symptomatic of the present sick society where the natural roles of both male and females which are predetermined by their physiological differences and their characteristics appropriate to each sex are being deliberately amalgamated by liberal secular educators. Young Women confused by the mixed messages they're receiving from those in public education are left fighting their natural inclinations in attempting to be the image of the "Modern woman," and left feeling insecure unable to fill the roles liberal society has foisted upon them.

We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.
thett3
Posts: 14,378
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/9/2015 5:01:11 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
this makes me want to vote for Clinton just out of spite
DDO Vice President

#StandwithBossy

#UnbanTheMadman

#BetOnThett

"Don't quote me, ever." -Max

"My name is max. I'm not a big fan of slacks"- Max rapping

"Walmart should have the opportunity to bribe a politician to it's agenda" -Max

"Thett, you're really good at convincing people you're a decent person"-tulle

"You fit the character of Regina George quite nicely"- Sam

: At 11/12/2016 11:49:40 PM, Raisor wrote:
: thett was right
Lookingatissues
Posts: 239
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/9/2015 7:29:15 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/9/2015 5:01:11 PM, thett3 wrote:
this makes me want to vote for Clinton just out of spite

This would be, (Voting for Hillary Clinton ) like "cutting off your nose to spite your face.."
You along with the rest of America, would suffer the consequences of having the Clintons back in the White House again. Fool me Once, Shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me."
16kadams
Posts: 10,497
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/9/2015 7:47:54 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
This is why I have become DDO king, duh.
https://www.youtube.com...
https://rekonomics.wordpress.com...
"A trend is a trend, but the question is, will it bend? Will it alter its course through some unforeseen force and come to a premature end?" -- Alec Cairncross
Harper
Posts: 374
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/9/2015 8:34:26 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/6/2015 3:54:02 PM, TBR wrote:
At 4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM, AmericanProud2016 wrote:
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath. The country has been fighting amongst itself for years now. Is there any civility left at all in the political arena? It's time we put America first and that means everyone setting aside their individual agendas this 2016 election cycle and working for the good of our nation.

If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were. But after years and years of political fighting, race relations at their lowest point in decades, and witnessing the lack of respect given to this president, we must look ourselves in the mirror as a nation and admit we weren't ready. It's sad. It's hard to say. But it's the truth.

Do we believe electing a female president in 2016 will be any different? Will the political fighting be any less? Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise. Will that violence get better or worse?

We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.

That is some messed up reasoning. Because the bigoted have issues with a black president, it is best we just don't distribute them - you know, for the good of the nation?

It is messed up, but it is true that many people (especially those that are part of the older generations) feel increasingly alienated as the world they live in today is nothing like that in which they grew up in. The quicker things progress, the more aggressively reactionary the common people get. I think it makes sense to let the common mind catch up with all of the progress that's been going on.
Harper
Posts: 374
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/9/2015 8:44:40 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/9/2015 4:31:35 PM, Lookingatissues wrote:
At 4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM, AmericanProud2016 wrote:
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
" That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath."
" If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were.
______________________________
Response by sotheseedsofliberty....
As much as some would like to believe, that such things as the sex or the skin pigmentation, somehow instills in a individual the abilities of leadership to the level of even qualifying them to become the president of this country. Character of an individual and leadership ability is more than sex or skin deep , and much to our dismay, we, in this country, have found out the hard way, through experience. To select a president of the United states based on some popular social theories such as , Diversity, political correctness, relativity, have proven to be disappointing to say the least.
You asked,"Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise."
__________________________________
"Women's issues," that were referred to in your post are just symptomatic of the present sick society where the natural roles of both male and females which are predetermined by their physiological differences and their characteristics appropriate to each sex are being deliberately amalgamated by liberal secular educators. Young Women confused by the mixed messages they're receiving from those in public education are left fighting their natural inclinations in attempting to be the image of the "Modern woman," and left feeling insecure unable to fill the roles liberal society has foisted upon them.

What? I don't think you understand what is meant by "women's issues"-- rape, domestic violence, and sexism are women's issues, all of which were dealt with pretty well by liberal society and have nothing to do with women trying to be modern.

This isn't to say that I disagree with you; it is true that many women today feel that they need to be a worker instead of a nurturer and that does make a lot of women miserable since nurturing is more in tune with their nature. I think society should encourage women to simply fulfill whatever role that feels most natural to them. Most women, absent outside influence, would probably choose the traditional role but many women would opt to go out into the workplace (and by all means, no one should put any special obstacles in their way).
We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.
xus00HAY
Posts: 1,395
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/10/2015 9:59:43 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Hillary officially entered the race today. If we get another republican president, blame her.
tejretics
Posts: 6,094
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/11/2015 12:04:18 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM, AmericanProud2016 wrote:
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath. The country has been fighting amongst itself for years now. Is there any civility left at all in the political arena? It's time we put America first and that means everyone setting aside their individual agendas this 2016 election cycle and working for the good of our nation.

If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were. But after years and years of political fighting, race relations at their lowest point in decades, and witnessing the lack of respect given to this president, we must look ourselves in the mirror as a nation and admit we weren't ready. It's sad. It's hard to say. But it's the truth.

Do we believe electing a female president in 2016 will be any different? Will the political fighting be any less? Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise. Will that violence get better or worse?

We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.

What would be the differences, politically speaking, between a female/African-American President and a male president or one of another ethnicity? Aren't those merely biological differences, the former based on genetics, physiology and hormones and the latter solely genetic?
"Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe." - Frederick Douglass
tejretics
Posts: 6,094
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/11/2015 12:05:40 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/2/2015 12:04:36 PM, ConservativePolitico wrote:
At 4/2/2015 11:34:02 AM, AmericanProud2016 wrote:
americasnotready.com

TIME OUT AMERICA
That's all we're saying. Take a step back and catch our breath. The country has been fighting amongst itself for years now. Is there any civility left at all in the political arena? It's time we put America first and that means everyone setting aside their individual agendas this 2016 election cycle and working for the good of our nation.

If we're being honest with ourselves, the country wasn't ready for an African American president in 2008. Many thought we were. But after years and years of political fighting, race relations at their lowest point in decades, and witnessing the lack of respect given to this president, we must look ourselves in the mirror as a nation and admit we weren't ready. It's sad. It's hard to say. But it's the truth.

Do we believe electing a female president in 2016 will be any different? Will the political fighting be any less? Will the real women's issues move forward or be used as another political game. Domestic violence against women already looks to be on the rise. Will that violence get better or worse?

We need to take this time out in our nation"s politics to make this country a better place for all Americans. All men, all women, all races, all religion.

We're sorry but 2016 is not the time in this great nation"s history to be electing its first female president.

People don't respect Obama because of his atrocious policies (have you seen the state of the world lately?) not because of his skin color... as much as some people want to believe that.

Exactly.
"Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe." - Frederick Douglass
Lookingatissues
Posts: 239
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/14/2015 10:49:19 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Reply by Lookingattheissues to.... Harper... 4-14-2015 Thank for responding to my post.
You posted....."What? I don't think you understand what is meant by "women's issues"-- rape, domestic violence, and sexism are women's issues, all of which were dealt with pretty well by liberal society and have nothing to do with women trying to be modern.
sotheseedsofliberty2's reply: Those symptoms you listed under the heading of,""women's issues"-- rape, domestic violence, and sexism...." as well as being women's issues, are the symptoms displayed by a dehumanized society.
When the sexual roles of its citizens are uncertain and obscure is a society who's people are in a constant state of anxiety because of not knowing exactly what constitutes proper conduct and attitudes, and whether to conform to modern educational elite's thoughts about gender and learned expressions of each sex's behavior.
When young children are raised by parents who believe because of what they have been taught by modern educators that the male, female roles are learned idenities, that there aren't any particular behavior patterns assigned to either sex and thus they attempt to dwarf natural tendencies of each gender by not allowing children to play with children's toys such as little girls being allowed to play with dolls and little boys being given trucks and farm tractors then children' natural male, female traits are dwarfed in the early formative years of their lives.
As a results of elite educators meddling with each gender's idenity there have been unexpected consequences that society has to deal with such as requiring unisex bathrooms, cross-dressers.
In a commercial some time back this thought was expressed, "Its not nice to fool with Mother nature..." the anxiety and confusion exhibited today in America validates the correctness of this quote.
xus00HAY
Posts: 1,395
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
4/15/2015 8:51:52 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
"such as requiring unisex bathrooms, "
There is a device that is something like a funnel. This guides urine from the urethra into a tube thru which it flows outside her pants and creates a urine stream that can be aimed. Women can use a urinal.
When the supreme court rules that segregating men and women into different bathrooms is unconstitutional, little girls will need to be taught how to use these things in elementary school.
After they have a few years of experience relieving themselves next to the little boys they won't feel uncomfortable.
This is something called gender-neutral.
If this seems like something good to you, then you are probably a young liberal. If you think this is crazy, you are probably an older conservative.
Liberals will vote for whoever gets the democrat nomination. Conservatives will vote for the republican opponent.
Fess up you white liberals, In 2008 when Obama got the nomination, George W had been president for 8 years so what you thought was not completely unlike " I'd rather have a ****** president than another republican".
The question for 2016 is what about the middle of the road voters in Ohio and Florida? Will they vote for Hillary?
IF only the liberals or ONLY the conservatives vote for you, the other guy wins. Do you think Bush Jr. could have won if only the conservatives voted for him?
( n.b. I am asking you if he could win, not get the majority of votes.)
So now 2016 will be a referendum on gender neutrality, gay marriage, abortion and family values.