What would happen if every woman voted for Hillary? If every woman eligible to vote in America joined in a pact to cast their vote for Hillary Clinton, it would be a game changer. Not to promote a war of the sexes, but, in the past, dramatic social reform has been achieved by women working together to promote a cause. Women can show themselves to be a formidable political force when they unite to help each other against all the odds stacked against them by men.
Imagine if every woman voter decided to vote for Hillary Clinton as a demonstration of the power of the Sisterhood Vote and she won.
There are so many different groups like The Black Coalition or the Tea Party who use their political clout to effect social changes.Organize the Sisterhood Vote. Find out what will happen when women vow to stand together to elect a woman president and unite as never before to make a big difference in America..Women have an opportunity to join in a show of solidarity that will have a profound effect on the American future.
Not unlike the courageous women who are depicted in the movie ‘Suffragette’, the women who fought for the right to vote in the twenties, can be honored by women today, who join together now to do something significant with the right to vote in 2016.. Elect the first woman president. This is the time for women to seize the opportunity to do something more significant than burning a bra. Women can harness the Sisterhood Vote to promote powerful support for equality and women’s rights in America.
This would be an irrefutable way for women to demand respect and get it. Exemplify how women are a force to be reckoned with, not ignored. For women to be successful in coming together to elect the first woman president,would require all women to accept the challenge Women have a chance to defy the status quo in America and declare: “we’re not gonna take it anymore” with the Sisterhood Vote. If women could organize and work together to put the first woman president in office, imagine the future political impact that could be created with the Sisterhood Vote in other significant social matters..
Take a minute to think about the impact of the first woman president being elected primarily by the vocal and concentrated effort of all women voters. To begin with, no voter needs to be concerned that Hillary Clinton could not run this country. With all of the qualified advisors that are available to the president and under our democratic system of checks and balances, even Donald Trump could run this country. But, could Trump represent American women as well as Hillary?
If every woman voted for Hillary, would the discussions over the disparity in pay for women finally get a fair hearing? Would there be more child care centers, more job sharing programs and easier access to a college education for all qualified students if a woman were in office?
If the hand that rocked the cradle sat in the oval office, men in America would have no cause for concern over fair treatment from the president.
Consider how Hillary stayed loyal to Bill despite his scandalous behavior with an intern during his presidency.Her demonstration of such dedication to her marriage reflects on her character and her ability to meet extreme challenges. Keeping her cool recently, through eleven hours of questioning at one sitting, also speaks well of her self control under pressure. Hillary Clinton would be a fine president.
Women can unite in this mission to put the first woman in the office of president and be successful. Women will be empowered as never before to make real changes in this country with a woman president. This is the time for women to do something significant about.the political issues that concern all women.Women can have a huge impact on social change in the 2016 elections if they are united with the Sisterhood Vote.
John Lennon sang the lyrics, ‘women are the (N*word-plural) of the world’ fifty years ago and today it is still true in many ways. Regardless of race or social status, every woman knows, on some level, what it feels like to be discredited or belittled simply because of her gender. This is the time, this is the election where women can unite to shake up this system. Make a real difference. Pledge to put a woman in the White House in 2016 if you are a woman. If you are a man who loves a woman and your mother counts, join the cause.
Our current president is about to sign a nuclear treaty that will have every other nation scrambling to make their own nuclear weapon before Iran can complete their weapon; not to mention the possible cataclysmic biblical implications of the president’s actions against Israel, so how much worse would Hillary do as the first woman president?
Hillary Clinton has the skills, the demeanor and the pant suits to be the next president of this country. The Sisterhood Vote could give her the job.