Quote: Candace Bushnell on Female Fiscal Failures

Candace Bushnell, 55 - Novelist and TV Producer. Author of Sex and the City  (1997)

Candace Bushnell, 55 – Novelist and TV Producer. Author of Sex and the City (1997)

“Women with money and women in power are two uncomfortable ideas in our society.”

And, for good reason! They rarely work out the way people expect.  kqd

Please click on my related postFemale Fiscal Failures Vol. #1 Essay 19

 

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2 thoughts on “Quote: Candace Bushnell on Female Fiscal Failures

  1. Western society has allowed women to be more involved with the fiances whether it is in the home, or in leadership positions in society, and allowing women to vote(and thus impact financial decisions of nations).

    What is the result? Western nations are all swimming in debt because our financial decisions are based on emotions, rather than logical fiscal responsibility.

    I know it may sound harsh, but all the time I say with my family one of the greatest mistakes of western civilization was allowing women to vote. I know it sounds unfair. But women carry too many emotions into the voting box, and they influences governments to make decisions based on emotion, rather than logic.

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    • You are not being harsh. You are stating a fact. I’ve traced the voting patterns of women all the way back to the beginning. It is absolutely the main reason that we are suffering with an inordinate amount of social ills, financial problems and an abject lack of accountability at all levels of our society. Not only do women vote with their hearts but they approach work with the same female emotions. This dramatically affects the ability of business, military, organized religion, judiciary, politics, and academia to function effectively. Great Britain gave women the vote one year before the United States did and every president, and prime minister, elected since then has been a socialist, (with a few notable exceptions such as Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher) as half of our population now votes with their heart rather than their head. These complex Christian institutions were never designed to be utilized as nurseries, which is exactly what women have turned them into. This causes the institutions to malfunction at all levels, as they try to cope with “responsibilities it was never designed to address Please read my post “The Vanity of Voting” for more. If you’d like to read the entire essay, I can email it to you.

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