Wily as a coyote (fourcorners) wrote in thequestionclub,
Wily as a coyote

Woman's suffrage

Since Bush is starting to tear down the 14th Amendment, which pertains to "due process" and "equal protection" clauses, maybe it's time we look at other amendments

Women have been able to vote since 1920, enacted through the 19th amendment. Since that time, the U.S. has been involved in one world war, two wars in Asia and 2 in Iraq, not to mention the historical fiascos that were Watergate, American Idol and the 70s also happened on their watch.

Obviously, we all hoped this experiment with women voting can be considered a bad idea. Sorry, ladies! Maybe you should all go back to the kitchens and make us menfolk some sloppy joes and let us worry about politics.

1. Should we amend Amendment 19?
2. Women got the right to vote in 1920, and 80 years later, Dick Cheney is the VP. Coincidence, or proof of some hidden agenda of women to upend the U.S.?
3. Should presidents be allowed to backdoor compromise an amendment because of their position? Is an amorphous war on terror reason enough to walk on our Bill of Rights?

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