A Lady president? Apparently the dEmocrats think it is "time". Don't worry about earning the position or about actually being the best qualified person for the job. That was not a concern when the dEmocrats decided it was "time" for a Black president, after all.
In bArack oBama they selected a not-even-one-term Senator from IL. A former community organizer who "achieved" nothing in the private sector. And, although his educational achievements appear impressive, he refuses to release those transcripts. I wonder why. Perhaps he only "achieved" what he did due to affirmative action?
Given what a lazy pResident oBama has been, Lying Leser finds it hard to believe he achieved anything beyond organizing people to demand handouts from the gOvernment (isn't that what a "community organizer" does?). So, oBama, our first affirmative action pResident? Lying Lester thinks YES.
As for the next dEmocratic presidential hopeful, it has been decided that the time has come for a lady pResident. Many think that the job should go to Hillary Clinton. Because she is a former first lady who parlayed that "experience" into a Senatorship and then a disastrous stint as the current prez's secretary of state.
A position Hillary held when one of our nation's worst terrorist attacks occurred, I should note. I refer to Benghazi, of course. An attack during which the terrorists killed ambassador Christopher Stevens, among others. But Hillary did not even care, saying "what does it matter"?
Now it is Hillary's Turn to get her shot at the White House as the nation's first female candidate for president. That is, unless Elizabeth Warren challenges her. Either way the dEmocrats have decided to go for a lady, even if that lady lacks the necessary qualifications, or did a rump job while serving as one of oBama's secretaries.
Only because it is "time". Now, given how Ayn Rand viewed feminism, you know she would strongly disagree with this argument. Because there are strong strands of collectivism in feminism, Ayn Rand rejected it, and even went so far as to provocatively declare herself a "male chauvinist". Not that that makes any f*cking sense, but it is true.
Ayn argued that sexually, women should desire to engage in "hero worship", and that this required having at least one man to whom they could each look up to. For this reason she argued in her essay "About a Woman President" that a women should not want to be the commander-in-chief.
I, as an Objectivist and admirer of Miss Rand, defer to her judgment. A woman should not want to be president. And, even *if* I were inclined to vote for a lady president, it would surely not be either Hillary or Elizabeth, each of whom is completely unqualified in Lying Lester's opinion.
Being a First Lady or terrible sEcretary of sTate does not qualify one to be president! Should Hillary be able to ride her husband's coattails into the White House? Of course not. Even though she has ridden his coattails into the Senate and into the position of one of Obama's secretaries (and I refer NOT to the type of secretarial position that is appropriate for a woman to hold).
And Elizabeth Warren? Give me a break! She isn't even qualified to hold her current position. One which she has not been in for that long, remember. But like oBama the presidential buzz is suggesting she should run despite a resume that shows she is unqualified for the position of Commander-in-Chief.
So, who should one vote for come 2016? I say vote for Gary Johnson. He's a MAN and has the necessary qualifications to serve. Gary Johnson served as the 29th Governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003. In 1976 Gary founded Big J Enterprises, which grew from this one-person venture to become one of New Mexico's largest construction companies.
Experience running a state as Governor, and experience running a company in the private sector. And also a Man. Are these NOT the qualifications that we should be looking for in a Chief Executive?
So, come 2016 I say you should vote for Gary. He is more than qualified, and he's also not a Lady nor is he Black. I know Gary is the Man I'll be voting for. As would Ayn Rand, were she still with us. Of that I am sure.