Would you vote for a woman president?

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Would you vote for a woman?

  1. Yes. Gender doesn't equal ability

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  2. No. I'm an idiot

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    FARENHEIT 9/11 actually answer a lotta questions...but somethings ova there r lil over-done...G.W BUSH looks like a jack-ass ova there...but as faar as leadership and responsibility is concerned...USA needs sum1 better than BUSH...be it a woman or a man....
     
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    My god. Don't talk again.


    I would vote for a woman. Gender doesn't matter, I'd strictly base my opinion on their politics, not whether they have a penis or not.
     
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    yea true but i don't vote yet so i'm all good lol
     
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    call me crazy, but i would vote for whoever i felt was most qualified for the job, man or woman, black or white, rich or poor, tall or short, you get the point.
     
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    This question didn't really need to be asked, did it?
     
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    Quoted for truth.
     
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    Agreed.
     
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    I would certainly vote for a female president, in fact if Hillary gets the democratic nomination, I'm proud to say that in my first election I can participate in, she'll have my vote. Not just because she's a woman, but because I feel she's highly qualified and capable of doing a good job running the country. If another democratic candidate comes up that seems better, I'll vote for them instead.

    But anyway, there have been quite a few times in history when society made changes from a patriarchal to matriarchal society, and vice-versa. There's no reason for it not to happen again.
     
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    Personally I was sad that Al Sharpton didn't win. :lol:
     
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    I have changed my mind. If Mary Carey decides to run for election in 2008, I will vote for her.

    Because, let's face it, a pornstar's campaign would be highly entertaining (and arousing?).
     
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    True, but whether you think of it or not, there are different connontations to each gender...it's something that you can't erase and they will be there for the rest of our lives.

    I know that i'd like to think that it wouldn't matter, but there is just about no place in this world where there is no judgement.

    Being a woman in a position of power is a HUGE deal.

    I mean, just look at the State's history. There are hardly any women.
     
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    If you read my entire post up there I thought it made sense. Just picking out that one part though does make it seem poorly worded.
     
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    I would vote for a woman president if I felt they were qualified for the job. I wouldn't vote for a woman president just because she's a woman. She has to be qualified.

    Unfortunately, the only women who would have any success in running for president are those already in Congress.

    But I don't think it should matter if a person is a woman or a man, black or white, rich or poor, tall or short, and so on, like Rosanna said.
     
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    I would vote for anyone smart enough for the job. It's a matter of brains, not a matter of gender. I just want someone who isn't going to fuck up the job.

    That would be pretty neat though, if we did get a female president. I think it's going to take awhile, though. I doubt that Hilary Clinton has a chance and I haven't heard about any other women who are ready to go for it.
     
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    i sure as hell would, for all you know she may be a better president then any of the guys we ever had
     
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    So, you'd vote for her just because she was a woman? Just because she might be better than any President this nation has had?

    You need to look at the qualities. It doesn't matter what gender a person is to qualify as a presidential candidate, not to mention race, age, and so on. It's all about qualities, what topics and subjects the candidate is standing with and what topics the candidate is against. What matters is what the candidate wants to do for the country, and whether he/she has done anything prior to campaigning to do something about it.
     
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    hey, you wouldnt actually know till she steps up to the plate will we?
     
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    Now you're just changing your mind. Of course we wouldn't know her qualities until she makes herself known. We don't know any candidates qualities (unless they're popular in Congress) until they step up. You said in your last post that any woman may be better than all of the presidents we've had. So, now you're just saying that it could be any woman, but no matter which woman it is, she'll be better than the rest of the candidates.
     
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    wtf, that wasnt what i was trying to implement....
     
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    it doesn't matter is a woman or a man... as long as they show me what they can do... i will vote for them...
     

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