How many years do you think we’ll have to wait before the USA has a female president?
I would hope I would live to see it (I’m 76), but I don’t see anyone on the horizon of that caliber yet. Hilary says it’s a definite no.
I wrote about that a long time ago.
I am feeling more optimistic than I was, because one woman has run a good campaign and lost. Maybe in twenty years? If the smart ones are willing to keep trying.
I don’t know, but we are long overdue. As with lots of other things, we fall behind other countries (Ireland, Germany, England come to mind) in giving women equal opportunity in leadership.
…And Pakistan, India, the Phillippines, and Brazil! So scary that they are ahead of us on this!
Research says women have a 50/50 shot of winning if they run. The problem is they don’t run as often. I expected an African-American man to take much longer than it did. So I am optimistic with there being Republican and Democratic women in almost equal numbers.
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