ca. let's ban all writing that you don't agree with. i love libs.
@Lost in DCMy thoughts exactly, well put.The idea of
equality at the expense of others is moronic.
Trying to keep a civil and conscientious conversation here, I think it is
important to have the most qualified people hold these top positions. Having a
$250,000 tax evaider as Treasury Secretary never set well with me. Dishonesty
and deceit on the part of John Kerry during the Vietnam War should not be
rewarded with the job of Secretary of State. The American people do not have
good memories on some of these people. Because the Rice/Benghazi incident is
somewhat recent, Susan Rice knew the handwriting was on the wall for her. Had it
been a couple of years down the road, it would have been a nonissue.People who know more than BHO need to have key positions. I still think he is
a "community organizer" at best. Listening to good people's ideas
is also an issue. I also wonder if enough time will eventually pass that
Hilliary Clinton will get "off the hook" on the mounting evidence of an
Ambassador and 3 Americans' deaths in Benghazi.Too many
coverups and mysteries for me. I seek the truth, and we may never see or hear
All middle- to senior-aged white males should be banned from office or
employment. They're all racist, sexist, and incompetent. Why would we want
anyone in a responsible position who is not a combination of female and some
other minority? Makes sense to me.
What nonsense. ALL this White House Administration "old news" has
nothing to do with the article, and has nothing to do with gender concerns. The
only ones concerned, and the only quotes are from women activist wacko nobodies,
not the administration. Like "lost in DC" says "the most qualified
cadidate, regardless of race or gender". This writer, Julie
Pace, is trying to create problems. Don't we have enough. This type of
writing should be banned, and WHY publish it?Watch how many idiots
get upset about a stupid assertion that has NOTHING to do with anyone at the
White House.I'd laugh, but it isn't really funny. It's bad
Why not nominate the most qualified candidate, regardless of race or gender?
What a concept!