Your Constitution Forbids Voting For Ladies
Are you and your mother-in-law still thinking about voting for Hillary Clinton? Well, wake up and smell the Constitution's great and glorious ball-sack, which tells us explicitly that ladies cannot be elected President. One brave New Hampshire citizen ventures this brilliant legal observation in the Concord Monitor. Read on to discover how Hillary Clinton will never be the president even if everybody votes for her.
Quoth Hookset resident Dick Marple:
The language and syntax of the 19th Amendment merely removed the barriers that prevented women from voting. It did not identify women to be qualified to become elected president.
The language is clear. The 19th Amendment says: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex."
We cannot read into the amendment something that is not there. Now, had the amendment said, "The right of citizens of the United States to vote or hold public office shall not be denied," it would have accomplished what the feminists think took place.
Take that, The Feminists! And Speaker Pelosi! And, uh, Senator Clinton! According to the Constitution, these women shouldn't be elected dogcatcher.
Today's feminists ... are convinced that since women have run for the office, the male-gendered presidential office has been neutered.
So get your pinking shears off the balls of public office, ladies. We are not Germany or Israel or wherever.
Legally, a woman can't be elected president [Concord Monitor]