To RanchHand | 9:53 a.m. May 25, 2011 Huntsville, UT Didn't she drop
"Green" from her name when she divorced? I don't know any divorced
women who retain the last name of a former husband when they remarry. -------------------Greene is her birth name. The former husband's
name was Waldholz (sp?).
Um, RanchHand, Greene isn't her former husband's name. It's her maiden name. Her
former husband's name was Waldholtz. But I'm pretty sure she needs to do more
than just drop his name to get away from the credibility problems created while
she was married to him. Surely, Utah Republican women can find a better
standard-bearer. Or can they?
Didn't she drop "Green" from her name when she divorced? I don't know
any divorced women who retain the last name of a former husband when they
Re: JohnJacobJingleHeimerSchmidt | 6:52 a.m. May 25, 2011 "The only
thing the GOP wants women for is to birth babies and cook food."Kind of a generalization isn't it? There may even be one or two Democrats out
there in California who wouldn't put women down for wanted the joys of
Now all that needs to happen is for these Utah women to unite to abolish the
male dominated caucus system...
I just hope that the women coming into power will work for the benefit of women
and to preserve women's rights. Somehow, though, I don't see that happening.
Gayle Ruczica and her ilk would have a fit if they did.
Ann Amberly | 8:02 a.m., I agree with majority of your post. Just two points: Hillary Clinton made history by being the
first woman to run for president. Sarah Palin made history for
running for VICE president. Food for thought.
This is very refreshing--I hope these women are successful in promoting women
candidates. The article doesn't mention what percentage of Utah Republican
legislators are women. It's something appalling like 6%, far far below the
national average. So the Utah Republican women have a further way to go than
Republican women in other states. I wish them all success! The governance of
the state of Utah can only improve as more women are involved.
The only thing the GOP wants women for is to birth babies and cook food.