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My Own Campaign Button –


Now do you like Politics? LOL

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Dear African Americans…..


Just VOTE please… what else do you have to do that would orevent you from doing at least ONE of your civic duties? I  mean like seriously…

NO excuses like you are tired, you forgot, you could not get a ride, you did not feel like waiting in line, you did not have time… and the list goes on! JUST VOTE, your voice is your vote and too many have been silent for too long…. UGGGGHHH… Your vote counts and surely does matter… not just in this election but EVERY ELECTION!

 

I am done venting – ( thanks for listening / reading )

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Quick Random-


Remember these five simple rules to be happy:

1. Free your heart from hatred 2. Free your mind from worries

3. Live simply 4. Give more 5. Expect less

Oh yeah…… I LOVE my mommy!!! She is ummmmm  72/ 73  years soooo young! LOL She indeed ROCKS…I am so blessed to have been raised by her and thank God she is STILL alive and well >>>> I AM….. super grateful

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Maybe It’s ME –


There is just something very AWKWARD about this photo and what it is suppose to mean! LOL – What does this interesting pose stand for in this photo? It makes me take a pause-

Okay I know that 2012 means that this is the CURRENT year that we are living in …… but what message are they trying to convey exactly and who is their target audiences? (not me)

Okay I do get that the African American man on the right is the current president of the United States and the Caucasion/ Anglo Saxon  man on the left is the current Vice President of the United States. ugghh –

What I do not get is why they are both standing together with the year 2012 above their heads!

LOL – Are they both trying to say that they are the BEST choice for this country in November?

UGGGHHHH – compared to Mitt Romney and his new running mate, Paul Ryan…..I guess that this photo does represent a SEMI – CHANCE of a normal life. Sad thing is that on the Democratic side, there were NO other options because no one else stepped up to run against President Obama…..

It is just very strange because any and everyone has had complaints on how he has run this country but no one came forward to try to make a difference on the Democratic side….

Sure, I do know that running a campaign at this stature can be a strain and cause a very substaintial pinch in a candidates personal finances – however there are some that had the finances but obviously felt that it “was not worth it” at this point in time to challenge him and his “colorful policies”…… ( can someone help me send SMOKE SIGNALS ) because this country is in dire need of help in all aspects of the forum.

ugghhh- Now tell me again why we cannot change legislation to allow a president to be voted in for a 3rd term if THE PEOPLE elect him or her?  Also, does anyone know how to contact former Congressman J.C.Watts, Governor Christie and former New York City Mayor Guliani?

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Women and Politics


 I am finding more organizations who are promoting women in politics. It should be imperative for women of all ages, colors and classes to increase the  awareness of  women in the political process and  support women for  election to  public office.  Political Party Affiliation does not matter as well….  Regardless of party affiliation, congressional women deliver more federal projects to their home districts and sponsor and co-sponsor more legislation than their male colleagues. In a study that was recently published in The American Journal of Political Science, researchers from Stanford University and the University of Chicago attributed women’s political success not to some innate political instinct but to the fact that it’s really hard for us to get elected (there are currently 360 men and 75 women in the House; 83 men and 17 women in the Senate). They theorize that women feel immense pressure to measure up, so instead of meeting expectations, we surpass them.

Women 4 Women stand in Politics

Since 1848 Women have struggled for equal rights in the political arena  beginning with the first women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls, New  York. Two days later 68 women and 32 men signed the Declaration of  Sentiments outlining grievances setting the agenda for the women’s  rights movement! ( NOT FEMINIST ) There is indeed a DIFFERENCE between Women’s Rights and Feminists Rights! The average woman does not want to be discriminated against via pay and elevation in career goals and educational objectives because of her sex. However, Feminist want all rights period – if she can lift 10 cars and dig 10 ditches like a man she want to “run against him” for the same job.

Now some may say that is equality…. but I say NOT SO!!! That is equality – with a spin! That is something that in today’s market the media would call spinning….. Women’s Rights / Women’s Movement does not need to be stretched… We want to be LADIES and respected as women in power positions regardless what they are. However, we do not desire to fit into a man’s role and become aggressive “just for the cause of it”…….