So, today is Presidents' day. Cool, huh? Except, I find myself a little sad at the thought that we're not celebrating any women today - and when a number of other countries have had female prime ministers and presidents, I once again have to wonder why the US has never had so much as a female vice president - and I doubt we'll have one for some time, especially in light of how our most recent female options went down. And in light of the fact that over the past few years the number of women in congress has actually decreased.
So, what do you think is at play - why haven't we had a female president yet, and how long will it take?