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A Woman President Quotes By David Levithan: The reward is in the risk. The reward is in the risk. David Levithan
A Woman President Quotes By Sheryl Sandberg: A woman needs to combine niceness with insistence, A woman needs to combine niceness with insistence, a style that Mary Sue Coleman, president of the University of Michigan, calls relentlessly pleasant — Sheryl Sandberg
A Woman President Quotes By George Brett: A woman will be elected President before Wade A woman will be elected President before Wade Boggs is called out on strikes. I guarantee that. — George Brett
A Woman President Quotes By Hillary Clinton: I really do hope that we have a I really do hope that we have a woman president in my lifetime. — Hillary Clinton
A Woman President Quotes By Marty Sklar: Do what you dream of doing and never Do what you dream of doing and never lose sight of that — Marty Sklar
A Woman President Quotes By Hillary Clinton: I cannot imagine anyone being more of an I cannot imagine anyone being more of an outsider than the first woman president. — Hillary Clinton
A Woman President Quotes By Jacob Braude: No woman is likely ever to be elected No woman is likely ever to be elected President - they never reach the required legal age. — Jacob Braude
A Woman President Quotes By Toba Beta: No Woman, No Leader. No Woman, No Leader. — Toba Beta
A Woman President Quotes By Madeleine Albright: So people are talking about revolution. What a So people are talking about revolution. What a revolution it would be to have a woman president. — Madeleine Albright
A Woman President Quotes By Barack Obama: I'm really excited about the prospect of a I'm really excited about the prospect of a woman president of the United States. — Barack Obama
A Woman President Quotes By John Berger: Preachers love only their own voices. Preachers love only their own voices. — John Berger
A Woman President Quotes By Eva Flynn: Failure is Impossible."--Susan B. Anthony in The Renegade Failure is Impossible."--Susan B. Anthony in The Renegade Queen — Eva Flynn
A Woman President Quotes By Calvin Johnson: If our next president is a woman, it If our next president is a woman, it will be Hilary Clinton and our country will be all the better for it. — Calvin Johnson
A Woman President Quotes By Mary Fallin: Maybe someday we'll have a woman president. Not Maybe someday we'll have a woman president. Not me, though. — Mary Fallin
A Woman President Quotes By Edward Witten: Regardless of any deviations, it was clear I Regardless of any deviations, it was clear I was supposed to end up in math and physics. — Edward Witten
A Woman President Quotes By John Cage: One shouldn't go to the woods looking for One shouldn't go to the woods looking for something, but rather to see what is there. — John Cage
A Woman President Quotes By A.G. Howard: I feel lost yet strangely at home, like I feel lost yet strangely at home, like a flea who has taken up residence on a zebra. — A.G. Howard
A Woman President Quotes By Truth Devour: Maintain purity of heart.Trust in the process.Hold steadfast Maintain purity of heart.
Trust in the process.
Hold steadfast to your belief of self.
Never loose sight of your smile. — Truth Devour
A Woman President Quotes By Tina Brown: The first black president was a hotter plot The first black president was a hotter plot line than the first woman president. — Tina Brown
A Woman President Quotes By Sunday Adelaja: Serve God and get grace to serve people Serve God and get grace to serve people — Sunday Adelaja
A Woman President Quotes By Eiji Yoshikawa: I can only bow to the will of I can only bow to the will of the heaven, but not to the will of these men. — Eiji Yoshikawa
A Woman President Quotes By E.W. Howe: A women could never be President. A condidate A women could never be President. A condidate must be over 35, and where are you going to find a woman who will admit she's over 35? — E.W. Howe
A Woman President Quotes By Jan L.A. Van De Snepscheut: The difference between theory and practice is larger The difference between theory and practice is larger in practice than the difference between theory and practice in theory. — Jan L.A. Van De Snepscheut
A Woman President Quotes By Donna Brazile: Shirley Chisholm is another one [political hero]. She Shirley Chisholm is another one [political hero]. She was a dynamic speaker, and the first black woman to run for President. — Donna Brazile
A Woman President Quotes By Adam J. Wright: The award for the craziest story I ever The award for the craziest story I ever heard goes to an old woman in Chicago who told me that her cat was planning to assassinate the president. — Adam J. Wright
A Woman President Quotes By Jennifer Granholm: I actually prepared Vice President Biden for his I actually prepared Vice President Biden for his debate in the last election. I played Sarah Palin. It's a little tough debating a woman. — Jennifer Granholm
A Woman President Quotes By Josefina Vazquez Mota: I will be the first woman president of I will be the first woman president of Mexico in history. — Josefina Vazquez Mota
A Woman President Quotes By John Knox: that where a woman reigneth and papistes beare that where a woman reigneth and papistes beare authoritie, that there must nedes Satan be president of the counsel, p. — John Knox
A Woman President Quotes By Cecily Strong: Feels right to have a woman follow President Feels right to have a woman follow President Obama, doesn't it? — Cecily Strong
A Woman President Quotes By Ellen Malcolm: This nation is really ready for a woman This nation is really ready for a woman president. It's taken time, but we're ready. — Ellen Malcolm
A Woman President Quotes By Barbara Mikulski: I truly believe that before I retire from I truly believe that before I retire from public office, I'll be voting for a woman for president. — Barbara Mikulski
A Woman President Quotes By Mary E. Pearson: Fifty years in the future, I should hope Fifty years in the future, I should hope we'll be on our second woman president, at least. — Mary E. Pearson