April 10, 2013

"I’ve got a woman’s ability..."

"... to stick to a job and get on with it when everyone else walks off and leaves it."

19 comments:

edutcher said...

Much as I hate to differ with Mrs T, that's a man's ability.

Inga said...

Number 10.

Tim said...

While one could quibble with any of her quotes, taken together they show that, for her (and many others, too), force of will, to succeed, is the necessary thing.

Giving up, or giving in, gets one nowhere.

machine said...

No wonder she wouldn't meet with Sarah Palin...

edutcher said...

Another of the lies the mindless automaton likes to tell.

Fascinating real women frighten him.

ricpic said...

This is just sad. Reminds of Jean Kirkpatrick's similar solidarity with the sisterhood slip ups.

machine said...

Haha....real women don't quit in the face of adversity (see Thatcher, M.)

and....Gawker is a source now...really?

Calypso Facto said...

real women don't quit in the face of adversity

Are we discussing Hillary and Benghazi?

wyo sis said...

What she must mean is people who want to get something done don't walk off and leave it.

Women are like men they sometimes walk off and leave things, and sometimes don't.

Maybe she's about how women have to keep working until the job is done in reference running a household.

In the traditional sense men do it at work and women do it at home. She took that sense of getting the job done no matter how messy it gets into her political career earlier than many women did, but she didn't invent it.

I admire her, but having driving ambition and commitment to the job aren't related to gender.

edutcher said...

machine said...

Haha....real women don't quit in the face of adversity (see Thatcher, M.)

She didn't quit, moron, she found a more effective way to scare the pants off wusses like you.

and....Gawker is a source now...really?

About as much as Black Rock and the Gray Lady.

And all they're doing is repeating what her people say.

It really kills the lie when the source comes forward.

machine said...

Didn't quit her job?

You sure about that?

edutcher said...

She resigned because the Lefties kept her too busy fighting bogus lawsuits to do a proper job as governor and she wanted to do the best job she could.

You were afraid of her, so you tried to ruin her financially.

She has had the last laugh, however.

Financially and politically.

2 words - death panels.

Not unlike Mrs Thatcher, who also was forced out by crooked politicians.

machine said...

News flash: every Governor of every state gets sued every day for bogus claims...

They don't quit because it got too hard...

and last laugh? You're right-- she is a national joke...

machine said...

resign:

to give up an office; to submit; to yield; to give up, often formally; to relinquish...


Hmmm...sounds like quitting....

edutcher said...

Yeah, just like Thatcher quit.

And, if she quit, why are people like the mindless automaton soooo afraid of her?

machine said...
News flash: every Governor of every state gets sued every day for bogus claims...

They don't quit because it got too hard...


No, they don't. They're protected from frivolous lawsuits.

and last laugh? You're right-- she is a national joke...

Yeah, death panels is a scream. The only thing Zippy could get passed and it's a disaster.

Joke's on you, sweetie.

machine said...

Then why wasn't she "protected"?

This job is too hard...I quit.

Calypso Facto said...

"The year 2012 was supposed to herald Hillary Clinton's swan song ... Instead, her tenure will be remembered for last September's attack on a diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.

Clinton sent her resignation letter to Obama a few hours before her successor, John Kerry, was sworn in on Friday afternoon." CNN

edutcher said...

machine said...

Then why wasn't she "protected"?

This job is too hard...I quit.


Alaska state law is different from the rest in this respect, moron.

He knows this, of course, but he has to play dumb.

Which for him isn't hard

SOJO said...

You guys, she was a WW2 british woman. Totally different era and culture.