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Archive for June 22nd, 2012

Hillary Clinton Site; Among Republican women, she (Palin) has a better chance than any to become President.

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on June 22, 2012

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Here is a review of potential female candidates for President from “The World of Hillary Clinton” (who, strangely, spells Hilary with one “L”)  AT THIS LINK.  Of course, the site views Hillary as the best choice but makes the following perspicacious point:

However, it would seem that among Republican women, she has a better chance than any to become President. Palin is only 47 years old now; should she fail to gain the nomination in 2012, she will have several more election cycles to put her hat in the ring. 

There are a number of other women being bandied about,Governor Susana Martinez and N.H. Senator Kelly Ayotte, for example, but on present analysis, I would believe the author has the choices about right.

Who will be the first female U.S. President?

Thursday, April 07, 2011

The United States, the world’s leading democracy has never had a woman President. This is somewhat surprising, given that many other foreign nations have had women heads of state, including Britain, India, Pakistan, Israel and Brazil.

Many people thought Hilary Clinton had a good chance to become the first female president in U.S. history — an achievement that likely would have granted her immortality. However, her inability to gain the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008 likely doomed her chances for the White House (Barack Obama will run again in 2012, making it almost impossible for Clinton to ever consider running for the top job).

By 2016, Clinton will be 69 years old – not ancient, by presidential standards. In the unlikely event she seeks the nomination again; she has millions of enthusiastic supporters who would probably embrace the idea.

Still, the first woman president may actually come from the Republican Party, where a number of female politicians are raising their profile and might make a run in the next few national elections.

Here are some potential ”candidates” for the role of first US woman president:

{…]

Sarah Palin

The Republican Vice President candidate in 2008 has soared to the top in terms of political notoriety and familiarity with the public. Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska, is beloved by the right-wing arm of the Republican Party, but reviled by some of the moderate members of the GOP and by many liberal Democrats. However, it would seem that among Republican women, she has a better chance than any to become President. Palin is only 47 years old now; should she fail to gain the nomination in 2012, she will have several more election cycles to put her hat in the ring.

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