In Belarus, we are not afraid of a woman in place of power.

Justin Smith on 3 Quarks Daily:

Even in Soviet times we had saying: “The Woman: it is also Person!” In Belarus, we have many women in political offices. For example, Nadezhda Kholstyak is undersecretary of Dairy and Eggs, and Academician Elena Ostrovskaya is ad hoc advisor for the problems relating to Chernobyl Incident. In Belarus, we are not afraid of a woman in place of power. Now Hillary Clinton had eight years already in White House. During that time, she set herself one goal: the creation of new polyclinics throughout America, for the promotion of health and hygiene […]  Americans should be asking to Candidate Clinton: where are the polyclinics? Where can I go for antibiotics or a mustard plaster when I fall ill? Where can I go to pasteurize my children?

But let’s put the other candidates on the spot, too:

In the spite of the fact that he is Mormon, Mitt Romney has taken firm stance against polygamy and dianetical therapy.

Read the rest of the article here. Absolutely priceless.

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