Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Seneca Falls. Hillary Clinton. Michelle Obama.
We've come a long way, baby.

7 comments:

C. Taylor said...

Hillary Clinton's speech tonight was amazing! Hopefully she was able to persuade those supporters that had considered voting for McCain.

writtenwyrdd said...

I am continually disappointed in how our country doesn't ratify this, sign onto the global warming treaties or recognize the rights of all people regardless of sexual orientation.

Deaf Brown Trash Punk said...

the speech was really, really amazing. One of Hillary's finest moments. I believe that the speech brought both Clinton and Obama supporters closer for an united cause.

and i'm deeply disgusted by female voters who back McCain.

Stockyard Queen said...

Yeah, what are they thinking? How can they possibly believe they'll be better off voting for McCain?

Dwight's Writing Manifesto said...

Good point, Queen.

What with Johnny Mac being the big chauvinist bread winner and his demure little stay-at-home apple tart-baking wife working for make-up discounts at the local Clinique boutique...

What could he possibly understand about equality for women rights?


(Uh, you ladies DO know you are approaching 54% of the world population, right? The Supreme Dicktator mentioned this at our last meeting of the Keep The Womenfolk Down society. We're very concerned you'll all figure out you're a majority and we men will have to figure out how to operate the dishwasher on our own. ))shudder((

Marva said...

What gripes me is that "granting" women the right to vote shouldn't have been necessary. No more than blacks unlawfully being denied their right to vote. A bunch of old white men saying who can and can't vote stinks.

Both Michelle's and Hillary's speeches were great--the best of the convention. Barach will have to go some to top them.

C. Taylor said...

It's absolutely horrible what women have to endure around the world at the hand of controlling men, too scared to treat women with respect. What's worse is that they use their religion as an excuse to keep doing it.