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I personally think there are no women presidents and hold little political power becuase most have moodswings,periods,etc.

Exodus, Blizzforums 32 Comments [8/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Redhunter

I personally think you're a troll.

6/29/2006 9:17:16 AM

Julian

Oh gee, that or your average American voter is retarded beyond reasonable doubt! Most civilised countries have managed a female head of state on at least one occasion.

6/29/2006 9:32:25 AM

ScienceIsGreen

Yeah Mary Thatcher never existed and neither did Queen Victoria (ruler of half the world much)

12/29/2006 2:47:28 AM

szenah

Men don't have mood swings?

News to me.

12/29/2006 3:00:21 AM

retrow

Most women (if not all) running for head of the state job are over 50. I don't think that Segolene Royal, who's currently the presidential candidate in France needs to worry about her periods.

12/29/2006 3:11:13 AM

David D.G.

No, it's that misogynistic attitude and social inertia that have kept the U.S. from letting many women get into positions of power, and none into our highest political office. But we've made progress; give us another couple of generations, and I'll bet we will see a few female presidents.


~David D.G.



12/29/2006 3:26:38 AM

SaneChick

Can't type, too angry!

Fucking misogynistic GAHHHHHHH!

Sorry about that. Must have been a mood swing.

12/29/2006 3:36:23 AM

Julian

Gets SaneChick some camomile tea and offers to rub her fat - ooooops swollen - ankles.

12/30/2006 11:42:40 PM

Tiny Bulcher

*Hits him with Margaret Thatcher's handbag*

Patronise that!

12/30/2006 11:47:23 PM

Joe

Countries with women currently serving as presidents or heads of state:

Ireland
New Zealand
Latvia
Finland
The Phillipines
Bangladesh
Mozambique
Germany
Liberia
Chile
Jamaica
South Korea

Thanks for playing.

12/31/2006 6:37:51 AM

Ellimist

On New Zealand:

Up until last year ALL the top political positions in the country were held by Women
The Soveregin- Queen Elizabeth II,
The Prime Minister- Helen Clark,
The Govenor General- Dame Sylvia Cartwright,
and our head judge were ALL female.

And for a country of 4 million people we're doing pretty well.

12/31/2006 10:21:01 AM

Mr. Chuckles

i personally think you should shoot yourself

12/31/2006 6:03:50 PM

Rahab

As a woman, I act irrational and moody for maybe a day or two each month. There are men out there whose excessive testosterone causes them to act irrational 24/7. Just wanted to point that out.

1/25/2007 5:09:46 AM

Beccs

I personally think you're a fuckwit.

Maybe not a president, but New Zealand has had a female prime Minister for the last 8 years.

1/25/2007 5:16:07 AM

anti-nonsense

huh? What are you trying to say.

I don't have mood swings, unless I don't get my advil then I get cranky from cramps.
Or if I have to deal with an idiot like you.

4/19/2007 8:21:55 PM

Tactics

Well we have one here in Finland :P

4/19/2007 8:29:53 PM

Katsuro

Two of Britains most revered monarchs - Elizabeth II and Victoria.

4/20/2007 8:30:09 AM

clockworkgirl21

If you think womens' mood swings and periods are bad enough to effect their running a country, you're the one who needs to be held down. And haave your head checked.

4/15/2008 4:55:44 PM

Femiazi

Hatshepsut would like a word with you.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hatshepsut

4/15/2008 6:13:49 PM

Gjervan

"It's typical Norwegian to be good"
- Gro Harlem Brundtland, the Norwegian "Nation-Mother"

(ok, personally I prefer Kåre Willoch)

4/15/2008 8:30:52 PM



I personally think that you are a sexist moron.

4/18/2008 5:12:53 PM

ID82

Margeret Thatcher would like to have a word with you.

Granted she was a prime minister but she pretty much ran the country.

Did you forget about menopause? most woman running for a position of power in the country are probably over 50.

4/18/2008 6:27:00 PM

aaa

Finland disagrees.

1/2/2009 12:52:31 AM

Mandy

Boudicca, two Queen Elizabeths, Queen Victoria and Margaret Thatcher would like a word. That's five female leaders without even going outside my own country. There have been plenty in other parts of the world.

1/2/2009 1:07:42 AM

Jon

Let's ring in the New Year with a little wife-bashing.

1/2/2009 3:26:51 AM
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