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I believe that we are living in a day and age where a woman could be the President, but I am curious do you think with all that a woman was created to be does she have what it takes to make decisions without emotion?  Let’s face it there are some straight answer decisions that have to be made and people will die, can she do it?  Bring on the girl talk ladies and let us know what you thinkheart




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      Yashis wrote Mar 24, 2010
    • As  long it was the right woman and not just someone who wants to make a name for herself or to be the 1st woman President more power to her.



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      Cristina Corral wrote Mar 24, 2010
    • Absolutely, I believe and woman can and will become President of the US.  Don’t be fooled by the notion that women meet challenge with emotion!  I can assure you there are plenty of women out there that make you wonder...where’s the “woman” (emotion) in her!happy

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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Mar 24, 2010
    • Great answers and I agree. I don’t believe that gender is a precurser to how we handle decision making. Regardless of whether we are male or female we each have a personal style we‘re born with. Some of us are natural leaders and some of us are not. Look at Margaret Thatcher?

      What a great question, Stacey. Thanks for asking.



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      Stacey Clark wrote Mar 25, 2010
    • This is what I love about fabulously 40 alreadyestatic  Strong women who will share their hearts completely at any given moment concerning any given topicestatic  I agree with all of you 100% and know for a surety that when all hell breaks loose a woman could get the job done in the White House or on the street.  Strength is ingrained in each of us and we are survivors!



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      Vikki Hall wrote Mar 25, 2010
    • I do believe WOMEN can be in that leadership role and succeed. I sometimes think that the nurturing aspect of women’s characters is needed a bit more in making the hard decisions.
      I don’t think men areincapable of being nurturing at all it’s just not their 1st instinct. I also think woman or man the presidents job is one most of us don’t really understand fully.



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      Stacey Clark wrote Mar 25, 2010
    • hmmm Annie that is interesting!  War is something that I personally hate but in reality know that it is inevidable!



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      Stacey Clark wrote Mar 25, 2010
    • I read a very interesting article Vicki about a tribe in Africa where all of the women were slottered leaving the babies with the men.  The nurturing instinct was not previlent but because the babies needed milk the men began to produce milk and all of the babies survived.  With that said I think the instinct is not their typically with men but if they have to do it they will even if it’s not in their comfort zoneestatic



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      UK Girl wrote Mar 26, 2010
    • IN the UK we had a woman leader Margaret Thatcher stronger than any man,more common sense, much hated but brought prosperity, the country was in credit, the books balanced and we stood tall as a nation  she was awesome and scary, plus she didn't bow down to pressure from anyone not even the US . Her famous phrase was "The lady's not for turning".
      Oh and don't think she wasn't frightened of getting her hands dirty she took us to war with Argentina and we won!
      India and Israel have both had successful women leaders and during their time brought stability.
      I would have a woman leader any day of the week  but the right woman.



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