- Posted May 14, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Women and the economy
CONDOLEEZA & HILLARY
RUMOR HAS IT:
As a person who watches, listens, and comments to post on the internet, the public is beginning to see a interest in the office of the Vice President of the United States, and this year more so than any other year, the name Condoleeza Rice and Hillary Clinton is hot on the finger tips of millions keyboards, both women have served as secretary of state. Condoleeza should have been the pick for VP when John McCain ran for president, instead he picked Sarah Palin. Condoleeza has balanced budgets before; Stanford University 1993 to 1999, and has supporters like past presidents, such as Hillary who was first lady of Arkansas, and First Lady of our 42 President Bill Clinton and a New York senator. It’s kind of ironic to see a white man and a black men run for president in 2012 and both men having a white woman and black woman as the topic of gossip for their VP, I must admit, it will make primetime television a must see. When asked: “Will you serve your country as a VP? neither of these women has said NO. When race is at a all time high, hate groups are killing families and themselves, immigration and border control is a major issue, same sex marriage is the latest gay topic, government spending is at a all time high, student debt, pastors are settling out of court with young men on sex scandals, children are being killed, babies are drowning in pools, pastors are telling congregations to punch and slap their children, men are being brutally beat for being gay, men are returning from war with PTSD and causing havoc, children are kidnapped daily, police are breaking the law, sheriffs are breaking the law, and terrorist still are trying to blow up America, so why would any woman want that job?
Entitlement: Our politicians are the most entitled of all.
I really believe that, now is the time, to put time caps on how long a person can serve as a senator or congressperson, once you hit 65- retire or volunteer for the next senator or congressperson. So many back room deals are made, so much money is hidden off-shore, and for any person who runs for office, when has it been okay to have a Swiss Back Accounts? I think that is un-American, just Iike the fact that hardly any senator or congressperson has or had children fighting on the front line of any war.
Men have been running this world from the highest office in the land for along time, I’m ready to see the women take over the White House, the country and
any other level of government. Our media has become a cynical sideshow, devoid of meaning, honesty, and mission, Hillary has so much luggage; Whitewater & Monica Lewinsky scandal, Condoleeza has the issue of being a black republican working with President Bush. Will we fault these women for the men they supported or will we honor their education and past work experience? Sadly the gossip and dirt will over-shadow all their past good deeds, and knowing that it will be front page news, they will probably say NO.