I’m a feminist.
Well, I’m a feminist according to my definition of feminism. After Googling the term, there were only millions of opinions and descriptions to pick from with so many variations, I decided my power from being a woman with extraordinary leadership abilities gives me the capacity to create my political definition.
I’m a capitalist.
I have no idea what being a capitalist is at all, and I doubt any other women can clearly define the word. Men that call themselves ‘experts’ on the term throw it around to make money and ensure their importance is known. Maybe women should try that.
The urban dictionary refers to it as, “Capitalist also signifies someone who wishes to avoid excessive government involvement or regulation in this system of capital bartering.” Note the word excessive government control which is why I swing to follow the definition.
Why am I concerned about understanding capitalism as equally as feminism?
History was made on June 7th, 2016; Hillary Clinton became the first woman in the 240-year history of the United States to lead a Presidential ticket for a major party. I am excited a woman has finally broken the glass ceiling of the American Presidential process. I never thought it would happen in my lifetime.
Congratulations to Mrs. Clinton.
The most influential person in the world must also have ethical leadership, high standards for the political process, reliable power, and let’s face it, some math skills to keep the global economy alive. Nothing matters unless we are working for a living, and the nation is secure.
I now have to decide along with millions of other women if Hillary Clinton will fit my definition of feminism and if she understands capitalism to ensure American women remain the most powerful women in the world.
How does Hillary Clinton define herself?
It’s tough to decide if Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is a socialist or understands capitalism, because she has been in the political world so long. Her conversations and actions over the last 20+ years can’t be tracked enough for anyone to determine.
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