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 Can a women be a good US President? (14)

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Can a women be a good US President?

As I am female I have different views on this subject, and it's not what most would think. But I'm not here to discuss my view on a women in charge of this country. I want to know what others think and feel about a women president. 

It is looking more more like Hillary will run in 2016.. But has Obama ruined her chances of becoming the first women president? Or for those who feel Obama has done good, has he paved the road for her to win? 

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As a human who happens to be female, I agree that jobs should not be biased but until we can find a women who does not scare the pants off of me by the evil menopausal emotional rage that Hillary has, I have to say she is not helping any one in this department. Humans are funny creatures. We seems to lump together all liberals and conservatives in the there own group. But regardless of party, I have yet seen a women who I would want in charge of nukes while in menopause.. As I speak from experience. I am in menopause and I can't imagine the Hot flashes being brought on by stress... I could see Hillary declaring war because some one pissed her off.

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There's two things that women just shouldn't do... politics and driving cars. 😉

Haha now your the funny one! I love politics and as for driving, I have never had an accident, while my husband has had many. 😜😊

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Simply put, there is no intrinsic aspect of being a woman that should prevent them from being a capable president. Important decisions can be made regardless how your genitalia are shaped.

As far as the Obama helping or hindering Hillary's chances...well, I mean, Obama isn't a woman. So his presidency won't say much about how effective women can be. If he effects other people's view on her, it would likely have to do with how similar or different they are, and any male Democratic candidate would go through the same comparison process.

IHateObummer(217) Clarified
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As for Obama's influence on Hillary becoming prez, I should have explained more. Obama in my mind has the same agenda as Hillary would. She has taken a few hard blows to save Obama's mistakes and some say illegal actions. America made me proud the day we voted in our first Black prez, but it didn't take long for me see right through him. I understand Obama is not female, but when it comes to race, sex and religion, these are things that people have different views on when it comes to running a country.

MuckaMcCaw(1968) Clarified
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I should have explained more.

Not really neccesary, since I inferred your meaning and responded to it when I said: "If he effects other people's view on her, it would likely have to do with how similar or different they are, and any male Democratic candidate would go through the same comparison process."

But to stay on topic..

but when it comes to race, sex and religion, these are things that people have different views on when it comes to running a country.

Well, yeah. Different people have different views. Different experiences, different skills, and knowledge. While it is possible for race, religion and sex to play a role, this is not guaranteed, and its far from the only factor.

What about being a woman would cause a woman to be a less effective president?

DevinSeay(1120) Clarified
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I suggest that you look to Democrats, Republicans, or any other third party politicians that seem to strongly believe in their views and often argues with their own party members. That shows they are very independent.

DevinSeay(1120) Disputed
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As far as the Obama helping or hindering Hillary's chances...well, I mean, Obama isn't a woman. So his presidency won't say much about how effective women can be. If he effects other people's view on her, it would likely have to do with how similar or different they are, and any male Democratic candidate would go through the same comparison process.

Yes but his performance could hinder Democrats being elected as the party in power in turn which would hinder Hillary.

MuckaMcCaw(1968) Clarified
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Yeah, but that has nothing to do with the original question. It does not say one thing about how good a president a woman can be.

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It is looking more more like Hillary will run in 2016.. But has Obama ruined her chances of becoming the first women president? Or for those who feel Obama has done good, has he paved the road for her to win?

I would be surprised out of recent events if Democrats will be re-elected as the party to be in power. Every time Hillary opens her mouth she gets bashed and rightfully so over stupid crap she's done.

Overall, I wouldn't have a problem with a female President, but I haven't seen a good candidate yet.

Of course. Jobs should be judged based on performance, not chromosomes.

Yes! Just as good as all of the male predecessors before her. Perhaps 2016 will be the year that a woman is elected President.

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As a female, I do think that women would be good presidents. Well, can. Every sex, race, and religious groups will have at least one worthy candidate.

Chromosomes are by chance, so women should not be considered less because of the way they were born.

Male dominance with their strength and because the bible considered women to be lesser than men is not the full reason for those of you who argue that- it is simply because

1. there are racist and judging people who vote for people who believe their beliefs

2.habits are hard to break (with the whole only Caucasians were able to run thing)

3. the right candidate hasn't be found yet

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The DNA makeup of a women and a man are of course different. Study's have shown that men and women think differently on the same subject. We as women put emotions into our reasoning as a man would use logic. I'm not saying that a women couldn't be a darn good president. But reality of a women in charge may not be the best thing for a country who is already being mocked and joked about because of the current president. I agree that race, sex and religion shouldn't be a factor in who can be a good president. But the truth is we are human and we can not deny our genetics and we have to understand that women will make a choice unknowingly by emotions more than a man, this could be good and it could be bad. Just as a man who uses logic to form his choice.