- October 15, 2011 - 18:18
were they feminists? It figures.
- Ivy Anthony
- October 15, 2011 - 16:22
It is great to see that women have been recognized as being equal to men in their intelligence and ability to be able to decipher a problem just as quickly as our male counterparts. However, I don't think that we can lead as well as men. For some reason when a woman is given power it turns her into a mean machine. We watched three women for months now, bicker over anything and everything and get nowhere because one always felt that the other was trying to get a one up on her. Dunderdale showed her contempt for the common person when addressing some plant workers in Burin and a few other protesters during her campaign. She treated them as being beneath her. You don't see men who come to power act in the same manner. We, as women have to become leaders and not a bunch of bickering, hormonal, better than everyone else women with an attitude.