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Tony

The pundits are all wet, so we can comfortably ignore them. Any person I speak with who mentions the tears is asked if they are able to think for themselves. Polls are irrelevant in NH, as we have seen; the voter is not swayed, and the rest of the country should take notice. My feminist sister is outraged that Hil was the only candidate asked how it feels to not be #1 on Monday the 7th. I have no idea where Chetry and the other Readers of News and Modellers of Eye-Catching Attire received their political educations, but Cronkite would never have opined during his broadcasts. It is also worth noting that the 14th Amendment was passed before the 19th was.

Brigitte

Nascar:
This is a good question--and I thought about it. Perhaps, it is both--but given the media bias against Geraldine Ferraro, a Democrat, Elizabeth Dole, a Republican, and--as research found--female contenders for public offices (especially executive ones), I believe that gender bias is predominent here.

Nascar

There is something that must be pondered , Did they make the statements because shes a woman ? or because she is Hillary ?

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