I agree with her about that. Not just women, that goes for anyone. If you don't like the choices you have made in life, change them. There are always options and choices.
Yes - we should all "grab the bull by the horn(s)" and "do something." In that regard, it has just been reported that Monica Lewinsky "has recently obtained a masters degree in social psychology."
Great post Chief, the country would be doing better and less divisive if Hillary would have been the Democrat nominee in 2008. If Barack Obama were white,he wouldn't have had a legitimate chance at the nomination to boot!
Hillary would have refused to repeat (her own) history, and would have left healtn care reform to a second term (maybe). She would have focused on the economic issues and would have worked with the GOP to forge alliances and compromises that constitute true GOVERNING.
Hope and change gave us Obama for the past four years. Today, we are STILL waiting for that change, and our only real hope is to elect Romney. But if HRC had won in 2008, conditions in this country would be a much different - for the better, I'm sure.
And those dastardly Republicans are at it again, with their never-ending efforts to "suppress the vote" and wage their "wars on women." This time, the target was Ms. Sandra Fluke, who was on "center stage" yesterday in Reno, NV during "a daylong effort by Democrats to get Northern Nevadans to the polls on the first day of early voting." It is unknown how many Northern Nevadans actually went to the polls on the first day of early voting, but Ms. Fluke's speech drew a whopping TEN spectators.
The poor attendance for media-darling Fluke's speech was obviously the result of a "vast right-wing conspiracy" - undoubtedly headed up by Rush Limburger - to "suppress the attendance" at Ms. Fluke's public speaking engagement.
Oh, those right-wing extremist Republicans and their wars on women: what will they do NEXT?