Thursday, May 10, 2012 7:19:45 AM
our elections would have turned out much differently
It takes more than an election to shape policy as it was intended to be. The Iroquois confederacy only allowed women to vote and men to serve in office. My take is the 17th amendment, which allowed the federal govt to be lobbied directly, is the more prominent factor that lead to the bad policies we have today.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 8:00:41 PM
Oh yes blame all the women even though there were those that didn't. Collectivist rhetoric nauseating as always. I`m just saying that without the women`s vote, our elections would have turned out much differently, and, in my opinion, much better.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 6:23:48 PM
In 1954, the top income tax rate in the U.S. was 91%. And it was never applied since there were so many loopholes you could drive an armoured car FULL of money through it! Thus America changed its Tax codes later. Women in 1954 had little say? wtf?
@FoolsPrussia: you still make no sense at all. Trying to mix sarcasm and irony using obscure references is not likely to work.