View Poll Results: Would you vote for a woman running for president if she held your political views?

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  • I'd be happy and excited to vote for a woman

    93 79.49%
  • I would have some hesitations, but vote for her if she was best qualified

    17 14.53%
  • I would vote for her only if there wasn't a qualified man

    2 1.71%
  • I would not vote for a woman even if she held my views

    5 4.27%
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Thread: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalEvilDan View Post
    Tigger means it. He's been very consistent on the subject.
    That is hilarious. How do you even respond to that? Women shouldn't even be poll workers?

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    Quote Originally Posted by kerussll View Post
    You seriously don't think women should have the right to vote?
    That is correct, kerussll. I understand it is neither a popular nor a common viewpoint, but it is what I believe.

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    Quote Originally Posted by Surtr
    If I feel that she's a better option than the other candidates, sure.
    This.

    I sure won't do like America did in 2008 by collectively proving they're not racist and apologetically electing an underqualified black man for president.

    I'd vote for a woman, but she better have a damn good reason to get my vote besides "she's a woman". America done screwed itself already with that line of thought.

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger View Post
    That is correct, kerussll. I understand it is neither a popular nor a common viewpoint, but it is what I believe.
    Well that's the understatement of the year. Do you plan on trying to change things to match your views or do you realize that would be hopeless?

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger View Post
    Both. I do not believe that women were ever intended to be involved in the political process at any level. Not as voters, poll workesr, campaign staff members, or candidates.
    Just for ****s and giggles, what if the woman running for office held your views? Say she was running for President and vowed to overturn the 19th Amendment and it would actually happen.

    Would you vote for a woman if she was going to strike down women's access to the political process?

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    gender doesn't play a role in my voting decisions. i vote for the candidate whose views most closely resemble my own.

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    Quote Originally Posted by kerussll View Post
    How do you even respond to that?
    You don't. You take it with a grain of salt and move on.

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    Quote Originally Posted by kerussll View Post
    That is hilarious. How do you even respond to that? Women shouldn't even be poll workers?
    Not going to say it, even though lulz are at stake...
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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    I'm not sure why he doesn't move to Iran, a country that comes much closer to espousing his ideals and beliefs. Over there, women are 4th class citizens, below the dog and the camel.

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    Re: Would You Vote a Woman into Presidential Office?

    I'd vote for a woman. The problem with the poll is it doesn't really give a good option. I vote for the best qualified candidate, entirely without regard for gender, race or sexual orientation. I'll vote for the person best qualified to do the job, full stop. I wouldn't be happier to vote for a qualified woman than I would for an equally-qualified man, any more than I'd be happier to vote for a black man over a white man or an asian man. It's entirely irrelevant.
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