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LeftyMom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jan-21-07 05:12 PM
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14. Nobody's saying she's nothing without him
She's just not presidential material without him. After all, the country's awash with Ivy Leaguers and lawyers, and the barest fraction of a fraction ever become political heavyweights capable of making serious runs for the presidency. Her resume isn't up to it.
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  -Is Hillary's candidacy really a step forward for women? hedgehog  Jan-21-07 04:57 PM   #0 
  - Yes, it is a step forward. There are many "power couples"- not unusual.  Olney Blue   Jan-21-07 05:01 PM   #1 
  - how about turning it around to say that BILL wouldn't have gotten where he did without hillary?  niyad   Jan-21-07 05:01 PM   #2 
  - I agree that Bill would have gotten nowhere without her.  hedgehog   Jan-21-07 05:06 PM   #6 
  - hillary didn't "step into" a senate seat, she ran and WON that senate seat., and won relection  niyad   Jan-21-07 05:21 PM   #21 
  - Would Hillary have been able to move to New York and run  hedgehog   Jan-21-07 05:28 PM   #24 
     - based on what, exactly? she wasn't capable of moving to NY on her own? gee, countless women each  niyad   Jan-21-07 05:34 PM   #28 
     - We all take advantage  DemExpat   Jan-21-07 05:35 PM   #29 
  - Do you have someone in mind who doesn't remind you of Lurleen Wallace?  oasis   Jan-21-07 05:25 PM   #23 
  - Bill Clinton was never a New York senator.  aquart   Jan-22-07 02:11 AM   #38 
  - Nobody's saying she's nothing without him  LeftyMom   Jan-21-07 05:12 PM   #14 
  - She has worked along side and independently of him their whole marriage.  BleedingHeartPatriot   Jan-21-07 05:01 PM   #3 
  - Yes.  xultar   Jan-21-07 05:04 PM   #4 
  - Regardless, she had to win the race...  kentuck   Jan-21-07 05:05 PM   #5 
  - Damn!  William769   Jan-21-07 05:08 PM   #7 
  - Oh come on - not everyone who disagrees with you is a freeper!  hedgehog   Jan-21-07 05:10 PM   #9 
     - It's not the disagreement, it's not even what you say...  William769   Jan-21-07 05:19 PM   #19 
        - And the charming intent behind it.  aquart   Jan-22-07 02:13 AM   #39 
  - Agreed.  LeftyMom   Jan-21-07 05:09 PM   #8 
  - I guess I'm asking if she were Hillary Johnson, a close advisor to  hedgehog   Jan-21-07 05:13 PM   #16 
  - No.  LeftyMom   Jan-21-07 05:34 PM   #27 
  - why should a WOMAN have to demonstrate any more competence than a MAN when it comes to the oval  niyad   Jan-21-07 05:48 PM   #31 
     - Hey, I think Bush is unqualified too.  LeftyMom   Jan-21-07 06:26 PM   #33 
        - You're implying that a hardworking intelligent woman equals a Bush?  aquart   Jan-22-07 02:17 AM   #40 
  - I think the question we should be asking is:  originalpckelly   Jan-21-07 05:10 PM   #10 
  - Don't sell Hillary short  Rosemary2205   Jan-21-07 05:11 PM   #11 
  - Well, she was on the Watergate committee...  kentuck   Jan-21-07 05:12 PM   #12 
  - Yes!  DemExpat   Jan-21-07 05:12 PM   #13 
  - Not really. Shirley Chisholm's candidacy that was a step forward for women.  tblue   Jan-21-07 05:13 PM   #15 
  - YES  mdmc   Jan-21-07 05:14 PM   #17 
  - This is a disgustingly sexist post. I hope it is due to your ignorance  jobycom   Jan-21-07 05:16 PM   #18 
  - Was Ronald Reagan's candidacy really a step forward for women?  against all enemies   Jan-21-07 05:21 PM   #20 
  - He got where he was due to GE.  LeftyMom   Jan-21-07 05:36 PM   #30 
  - But, she has done no major legislation in 6 years. Wish it was Nancy Pelosi running  illinoisprogressive   Jan-21-07 05:25 PM   #22 
  - Other women have ran for president before...  cynatnite   Jan-21-07 05:29 PM   #25 
  - Yes yes yes yes yes-------  rodeodance   Jan-21-07 05:30 PM   #26 
  - Yes, of course it is!  Withywindle   Jan-21-07 06:01 PM   #32 
  - was victoria woodhull's candidacy a step forward when SHE ran for the presidency?  niyad   Jan-22-07 12:46 AM   #34 
  - Nancy Pelosi, first woman Speaker of the House ever,  Raksha   Jan-22-07 01:27 AM   #35 
  - One of the reasons Hillary Clinton is the front runner of the party  kineta   Jan-22-07 01:49 AM   #36 
  - Right. All First Ladies have become two-term senators. It's no biggie.  aquart   Jan-22-07 02:07 AM   #37 
  - who knows  AtomicKitten   Jan-22-07 02:35 AM   #41 
 

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