As far as her glass ceiling is concerned, that is a moot point. The issue in any election is not if the president wears a bra or not, it's who is most qualified to address the needs of the country at that present time and what they are planning to do to move our country forward. I think there are many women in our country qualified to be president and some day one of them may just be president but the fact that they are a woman is not what qualifies or disqualifies them!
Just because I voted for Donald Trump, and yes, I held my nose as I did it, does not mean that I hate blacks, Muslims, gays, foreigners or women. For heavens' sake, I am a woman! They make it sound like I have neither morals or a conscience just because I voted for someone they deemed unfit for office. I don't recall thinking the same of them when they elected Barak Obama and I did not think he was qualified either. I didn't go downtown and riot, I didn't smash people's windshields, I didn't need a therapy dog, or playdough or a box of tissues. I did up the prayer time though and hey...I survived not 4 years but 8 of President Obama;s failed policies! You can certainly survive 4 years of The Donald.
I will concede that morally, Donald Trump is ranking pretty high up there as the most immoral Republican candidate ever elected to run but anyone who has followed the career path of Hillary Clinton over the last 30 years would know that she is hanging right in there with Donald Trump on a moral level. I did not vote according to the morals of the candidates because I'm not sure that either one of them has any. I did however vote moral and constitutional issues and made sure that my vote supported those that are closest to God's heart and our constitution.
I voted to spare the unborn from a horrific murder when they are just a few minutes from their first breath. If when a heart stops beating, life ends, then it only makes sense that when it starts beating life begins. To abort a child is ending a life, pure and simple. God created that child, He is knitting it together in the womb, He has a plan for that child. In my mind, God has already made "the choice" concerning both the mother and the child and I don't believe that we have the right to override what God has already designed and out of His love planned a life for. You can throw all the "well what abouts" in my face but at the end of the day there is a solution for the woman who was raped, the woman who was loose, and the woman who forgot her birth control. It is called adoption, not abortion. Most women who end up with an unplanned pregnancy were in a position to make a choice and didn't choose to be responsible for her own body and prevent the chance of pregnancy. In the case of rape, aborting the child will not reverse, soften or make the memory of the rape any easier. It will only add to the problems the mother is already facing. A very high percentage of women who abort children end up in crisis months and even years down the road because it's wrong and eventually the fact that it is built into a human being to know it's wrong, it catches up to her and she is once again in crisis.
I voted to protect our constitution. Hillary has wafted back and forth on constitutional issues so much through the years, depending on who she was speaking to, that I'm not sure she even knows where she really stands on these issues. However, it was the founding father's intention that we have the right to freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms to protect ourselves against a government taking over and leaving us defenseless to defend our freedom. In every other country where candidates said they weren't taking guns, there were only "registering" them, they ended up taking them and the crime in those countries is on the rise. Furthermore, once freedoms are taken away, it costs blood and guts to get them back, so why take them in the first place. Gun control will only embolden and enable the criminals in this country because they do not get or use guns in a lawful way. And please, don't be so naive to believe that once freedoms start to disappear that it will only affect the rights of the right leaning. Believe me, they will get around to your rights too.
I voted to protect the future of this country's economy. Surely you know that we have a very serious debt problem! It's not all Barak's making, but he certainly did nothing to help it or stop it. I don't understand why so many Democrats somehow think money is a bad thing. They don't mind George Soros having it. They don't mind the Clintons having it. I don't see either George or Hillary offering to give theirs to the gov to spread around. Of course, you can't touch it when it's stored in overseas accounts. To give money to spend on the less fortunate, you have to have it. And I believe that I should be free to give to those I come acrossed that are in need. I tithe my money to the church and they in turn support many organizations that directly bless my neighbors here and also feed others around the world. In addition, I give above and beyond the 10% to causes and needs when I see them. In fact, the giving of Republicans to charities FAR exceed that of the Democrats. To be honest, I give more each year to help those in need than either Barak Obama or Joe Biden. I have the right to decide where the money I toiled for goes, not some demagog in Washington DC who usually have their noses shoved so far in the navals they are totally out of touch. Bill Clinton actually wasn't too bad on this issue, but as we all know, Hillary does not listen to Bill. If she had, she might have won the election.
My point here is that I have the right, according the rhetoric of the Democrats and the constitution to have an opinion, voice my opinion, be respected in my opinions, and to vote my conscience EVEN IF it doesn't line up with theirs. But that's not what I'm experiencing. The arrogance of thinking that you and only you are right and anyone else who thinks differently than you is deplorable, a sexist, a misogynist, a homophobe, and all the other "phobes" makes you just as much a phobe as you say I am.
Republicans were not out killing Muslims or gays before the election. We were not restricting the rights of women before the election either, in fact the Republicans have throughout history been the champions for the oppressed and downcast. We are not trying to rid the country of immigrants. Most of or ancestord were immigrants. We just want immigration done lawfully. Truly, what is wrong with the rule of law? It has held this country together and made it great.
Republicans are not the monsters you are making us out to be. We are people, just like the Democrats who love our families and who want to provide a safe, healthy, comfortable environment for our families. If you can't accept that I am a human being deserving of respect and to voice my own opinion, then you aren't a very big person. And even though I don't like Donald Trump for a lot or reasons, I think that some of his ideas are going to be good for our country. I didn't like Barak Obama either but I never unfriended people or belittled and slandered those who do. Seriously, that is just childish and narcissistic.
I was scared when Obama got elected twice but I didn't react the way some Democrats are today. It's absolutely ridiculous the things that are being spread by the media and those Democrats that don't want this country, for whatever twisted reason. to come together. Let's settle in, work together. We are, as Hillary said, stronger together and together we can make America great again.
We may differ in ideas, but at the end of the day we really aren't that much different.