Surely we've all become educated and enlightened enough to appreciate the struggles women have gone through to obtain equal rights in this country. It's a lesson retaught weekly on today's most engaging TV show, Mad Men, which delves heavily into our recent past when opportunities for women were limited and social morays were unsettling at best. Not to mention the suffrage movement and the fight ladies like Lucretia Mott and Susan B. Anthony waged to give women the right to vote. Surely all that history and the lessons we've learned from it can't be completely lost on today's youth?
“You know what? I am actually not that much into voting. I think it's kinda crazy that a woman is running, because I think that women deal with a lot of emotions and menopause and PMS and stuff. Like, I'm so moody all the time, I know I couldn't be able to run a country, ?ause I'd be crying one day and yelling at people the next day, ya know?”
Pearls of wisdom from a media whore who wears acid wash denim chaps. I hope I live to see a day when we all tire of the idiot spawn of the rich and famous transforming into minor celebrities simply because they have no shame and will allow cameras the film them anywhere.