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Old 01-10-2008, 12:48 PM   #21
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Other countries wouldn't think that. Example, when the Indonesian leader was killed the other day, people (men!) were running in the streets and crying aloud. Why would they think that a President of the United States is irrational by showing tears?

You see folks cry all the time, when they receive awards, win a special game like the Superbowl or Olympics and they are strong winners, as proven.

Her being secure in showing some tears just means that she is genuine and self-confident.
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Silly question: Do you think Bill cried when he got busted with Monica, Do you think Richard cried for watergate and many others down the line for unfortunate mishaps. Crying is a human emotion that is healthy at times, maybe it was fake I don't know but I do know it is human which rules out all alien theories.
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Other countries wouldn't think that. Example, when the Indonesian leader was killed the other day, people (men!) were running in the streets and crying aloud. Why would they think that a President of the United States is irrational by showing tears?

You see folks cry all the time, when they receive awards, win a special game like the Superbowl or Olympics and they are strong winners, as proven.

Her being secure in showing some tears just means that she is genuine and self-confident.
Ok, if you were a terrorist and wanted to attack the US. Would you do it during a male president who is willing to go to war, or would you do it during a time of a female president who will cry over insignificant things who is also the wife of a non-conflictive ex-president? I know what I would pick. considering we have probably stirred the pot already, we have soldiers at war already, and probably have a big target on us as we speak due to our involvement in Iraq (right or wrong)

I'm sorry, but an emotional woman that wears her emotions on her sleeve is not an image that I want OTHER COUNTRIES to see. Especially considering the countries most known for terrorist acts don't allow women in positions like that, and don't view them as equals.
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Ok, if you were a terrorist and wanted to attack the US. Would you do it during a male president who is willing to go to war, or would you do it during a time of a female president who will cry over insignificant things who is also the wife of a non-conflictive ex-president? I know what I would pick. considering we have probably stirred the pot already, we have soldiers at war already, and probably have a big target on us as we speak due to our involvement in Iraq (right or wrong)

I'm sorry, but an emotional woman that wears her emotions on her sleeve is not an image that I want OTHER COUNTRIES to see. Especially considering the countries most known for terrorist acts don't allow women in positions like that, and don't view them as equals.
Lol, Cogs, love ya bro, you're kool as shyt but I gotta point out that we've been attacked numerous times by terrorists over the history of male presidencies...I don't think the demeanor of the President has any bearing over what the terrorists will do. Iran continues to provoke us under a Presidency which has proven it is willing to go to war...they hate us and will attack regardless...I don't think a woman being in office will be any different. Bhutto actually ran a fricken muslim nation, if THEY can have a woman be president. I think we can manage. Now whether the first should be Hillary or not is an entirely different question...
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Ok, if you were a terrorist and wanted to attack the US. Would you do it during a male president who is willing to go to war, or would you do it during a time of a female president who will cry over insignificant things who is also the wife of a non-conflictive ex-president? I know what I would pick. considering we have probably stirred the pot already, we have soldiers at war already, and probably have a big target on us as we speak due to our involvement in Iraq (right or wrong)

I'm sorry, but an emotional woman that wears her emotions on her sleeve is not an image that I want OTHER COUNTRIES to see. Especially considering the countries most known for terrorist acts don't allow women in positions like that, and don't view them as equals.
it sounds like you care what those countries think about women, therefore you don't want a female prez......what, don't want to them off?
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I am glad I am a woman and can experience emotions which give me a pretty interesting range of feelings that I can also express. Her crying - to me - shows she is human. I feel sorry for guys who have a limited range of emotions and feelings. Well, there are some guys who cry (when they win the superbowl for example). Is that weakness or human then?






i agree, she's a compassionate human being, get over it and leave the woman alone!
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I think she cried b/c she was overwhelmed at winning. People show emotions in different ways, she cried.
It could look like a gambit from her advisor to shed a little but I think she was just caught up in the moment and she really wants the job.

On a side note, I think that I will vote in the Democratic Primary against her (even thought I'm conservative) to see if I can help keep her out of office and the nomination to go to someone else.
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It was as show so people like us will give her publicity!
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Lol, Cogs, love ya bro, you're kool as shyt but I gotta point out that we've been attacked numerous times by terrorists over the history of male presidencies...I don't think the demeanor of the President has any bearing over what the terrorists will do. Iran continues to provoke us under a Presidency which has proven it is willing to go to war...they hate us and will attack regardless...I don't think a woman being in office will be any different. Bhutto actually ran a fricken muslim nation, if THEY can have a woman be president. I think we can manage. Now whether the first should be Hillary or not is an entirely different question...
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, I think we just agreed...

I certainly don't want to see "Slick Wilma" in office- I think she's more crooked than her "husband".
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, I think we just agreed...

I certainly don't want to see "Slick Wilma" in office- I think she's more crooked than her "husband".
LMAO good chit...
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anyone ever see Margeret Thatcher cry on TV?
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+1 I have never seen Kay Bailey-Hutcheson sry either. If it is time for a woman president, why can't it be her?
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BS.

Other countries wouldn't think that. Example, when the Indonesian leader was killed the other day, people (men!) were running in the streets and crying aloud. Why would they think that a President of the United States is irrational by showing tears?

You see folks cry all the time, when they receive awards, win a special game like the Superbowl or Olympics and they are strong winners, as proven.

Her being secure in showing some tears just means that she is genuine and self-confident.
indonesian leader? i didnt hear about that one, but i do know bhutto was slain. but she has nothing to do with indonesia, rather pakistan:
"Benazir Bhutto (IPA: [beːnəziːɾ bɦʊʈːoː]) (June 21, 1953 – December 27, 2007) was a Pakistani politician who chaired the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), a centre-left political party in Pakistan. Bhutto was the first woman elected to lead a Muslim state,[1] having twice been Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988–1990; 1993–1996)."

the fact is, we need someone strong and powerful, especially right now. and a liberal woman is definately not gonna do any good in office right now! especially one that cries at the drop of a hat. true i cried when my grandfather died, and even when my loyal dog passed away. but i dont cry when i owe taxes at the end of the year, or when i made the honor roll in high school. /gayness
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I think not just her crying, but her over the top laughing is all very calculated.
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not arguing the fakeness of it. the question is do you want a president who cries on tv ?

and what does it say about our leadership.
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not arguing the fakeness of it. the question is do you want a president who cries on tv ?

and what does it say about our leadership.
Lol, can't be much worse than this as representation of our leadership :

the :40 mark just cracks me up...

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Who cares why she cried? Since standing by her man I've always thought her weak.
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