Mtwadamela Ijogo

@Mtwadamela·2yr ago·1:45

Would you vote for woman?

Politics

"…And we're supposed to be having open and honest discussion. So that's what this is all about. Nobody's going to take offense. And even if they do, who cares? Right. So what would she look like? How old would she be? How would she act now? Me, personally, would you vote for a woman woman to be President of the United States, particularly in a time of war? I wouldn't even consider it. That's just my own personal opinion.…"

#would you vote for a woman

Howie Rubin

@Howie · 2yr ago · 1:36

"…I've already voted for a black man to be President of the United States, and he's one you've asked the question about, what would they have to look like? Neither one of these people, Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama, would I consider very good looking people. She is certainly not from the stunnings and I don't consider him to be a Greek God.…"

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Sudha Varadarajan

@sudha · 2yr ago · 4:56

"…If you look at Angela Merkel, if you look at Queen Elizabeth, if you look at Queen Victoria, I believe all of the British expansion happened under both of them. The Kings who came into power were mostly extremely weak, let their countries into battles that they lost and spent almost much of their time in exploits that were a waste of time. Whereas much of Britain's expansion happened under the reins of Queens Elizabeth and Victoria. That said, I can point to so many countries outside of the US.…"

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Shahnaz Ahmed

@bookishpodcast · 2yr ago · 2:38

"…As far as war, I feel like a woman would do everything she can to try to negotiate and to avoid a war, as opposed to potentially a man who would be like, Bring it on, man. Let's do it, bro. Let's do it. We can fight this war. I'm bigger than you. Women don't have that. I feel like a woman would do what's best for the country. And that's just me. Maybe I'm being prejudiced.…"

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Shammi Mohamed

@shammi · 2yr ago · 2:52

"…Four years ago I voted for Hillary Clinton begrudgingly though, but maybe in eight more years, if and when it's OC maybe is on the ticket, I would wholeheartedly vote for that. I hope that answers your question.…"

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Shahnaz Ahmed

@bookishpodcast · 2yr ago · 2:49

"…I am in love with Arden, just completely like, oh, my gosh. She has taken New Zealand and wow. So, yeah, very impressed by her leadership. But you're right, Chami. Ultimately, it doesn't matter the gender of the leader. It's really a matter of who they are. And can they lead that's the bigger issue is can they lead? Are they going to make the right choices and the right decisions when Bush comes to shove?…"

@shammi

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Mtwadamela Ijogo

@Mtwadamela · 2yr ago · 4:17

"…I'm glad you did correct yourself and say that you voted for Obama over Hillary, which is good. I did, too. I would never vote for Hillary and not just because she's a woman that has nothing to do with it. But I have a question.…"

Shahnaz Ahmed

@bookishpodcast · 2yr ago · 3:18

"…We're talking about leadership positions. Those kind of women won't even make it to that level. So thanks.…"

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Kenneth Chipchase

@Kchipchase · 2yr ago · 1:28

"…Well, show me the candidate, and I'll tell you if I can vote for him or her, and that's really I think the key issue that we need to key in on in the midst of things is the character of an individual, not so much whether or not their gender is characterized or stereotyped in a particular way. So that's kind of some of my thoughts on that. Actually, there is a woman candidate for President, not vice President in this race.…"

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Brooke C.

@Brooke415 · 2yr ago · 2:06

"…That's funny. I like your honesty. It would not be a good look during a time of war. I can't say I disagree. I just think that it's funny that we're always at war so that's permanent ban on women, it might not be a good look, but it might be a good reality based on other female led countries who are actually the female led countries in the world right now are having the best covade rates.…"

Statistically female-led nations do well. Google Iceland 2008 & NZ. 💕

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Mtwadamela Ijogo

@Mtwadamela · 2yr ago · 4:56

"…You can either give it up or you can punch them in the mouth right then and there. Now what's going to happen when you punch them in the mouth? You're probably going to get in the fight. You'll either win or lose. The police will come. The guards will come. They'll throw you in the hole. But everybody's watching and they're watching to see how you responded to that.…"

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Swell Team

@Swell · now · 0:15

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Kenneth Chipchase

@Kchipchase · 2yr ago · 1:34

"…Yeah. So my main point was less about the stereotypes and whether or not stereotypes are true and more about show me the candidate. And I'll tell you if I could vote for her, and that applies to men and women, because voting from my perspective is not about what gender a person is. It's about their character and about their leadership qualities. And that has got to be the crux of the issue. Let's just say all the stereotypes are true and are there elements of truth stereotypes?…"

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