Suffrage, Hillary Clinton and “Failure is Impossible” (a short play)…

I do not support Hillary Clinton in 2016 post Benghazi and her email scandals – I have left the Democratic party after many years because of these things —

 

Why do I want a woman for the highest office in the land? Because it is time.

Here is a link to a short play performed in 1995 by Rosemary H. Knower called “Failure is Impossible.”

Electing Hillary Clinton will shatter the glass ceiling and be a victory for all women in America.

It requires philosophy and heroism to rise above the opinion of the wise men of all nations and races.” — Elizabeth Cady Stanton

If the first woman God ever made was strong enough to turn the world upside down all alone, these women together ought to be able to turn it back, and get it right side up again! And now they is asking to do it, the men better let them.” — Sojourner Truth

Link to:

“International Archives of the Second Wave of Feminism”

(Has pertinent reads, aplenty…)

Link to:

Classic Feminist Writings

If you came up “Second Wave” (you were a little kid during these times) you know the generation of women that Hillary comes from and what they were fighting for, then and now.

I was a little kid in those days, just like Obama.

It’s time for a WOMAN to be PRESIDENT.

A woman with a man standing beside her. While she does it.

Vote for HILLARY CLINTON.  Because “The personal is the political.”

When you understand what she has had to fight for as a feminist, how she’s had to be as tough as a man in order to get to where she is today, you will understand the Feminist Second Wave, and what it means to women everywhere on the planet.

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