This does not take away from some of our most brilliant Presidents, for me, President Obama emulated, “Grace Under Fire.” Truth be told, he put me at ease. I’d suspect that millions of voters were and still are proud because they voted for President Obama. I’d also suspect that those millions of voters want more of the same. You know, exceptional leadership that was clearly aligned with Infinite Patience. Now you tell me, why would anyone choose the opposite, you know, docile and weak leadership. The kind motivated by money, where a few of the wealthiest among us play this cool game called, “Dominant and Submission.” I’ll spell it out, it’s where an elected politician willingly submits to the dominate Billionaire and/or to a dominant organizations. Oh, and by the way, being submissive all the time begets anger, and anger begets contentious. But, if you didn’t know, now you know! Being submissive to a Billionaire and/or dominant organization, is NOT attractive at all for millions of voters, like me, but I must acknowledge that millions of voters find themselves attracted to submissive politicians, so whom am I to judge.
I must give a shout out to the Presidency of Bill Clinton. Although, I was not as interested in politics back in the 1990’s, I was aware of Bill Clinton’s brilliant Presidency. He’s another great President in our history of Presidents, and for that, I’m thankful.
Of course Conservatives worship the bottom line, i.e. money. So what, let them, it’s how they roll, more power to ya!
Our cups runneth over, because we, American voters have the unique opportunity to electing more women to the Presidency, and to the Congress. Knowing that and feeling that, is peace. Truth be told, millions of women are optimistic about our political future here in America and we look forward to the challenges of Democracy. We are our own expects and we allow others the same privilege. We honor everyone’s worthiness. Girls Rule The World.
To our current representatives in Federal and State elected offices, I’ll use the words of Dr. Seuss, to make my point, “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”