posted on Feb, 25 2004 @ 04:40 PM
I am truly sorry...
As soon as I hit the post button I realized that I forgot to name the women. Some of these women include Tarja Kaarina Halonen, Mireya Elisa Moscoso
de Arias, Vaira Vike-Freiberga, Helen Clark, and Jennifer Smith. These women come from all the corner of the globe. The come from Bermuda, New
Zealand, Panama, Lativa and Finland.
Of course elite is not a bad thing. If I can redirect your attention back to the top of the page, the topic is: Only the elite can truly successfully
manage national affairs. One example of someone aspiring to power who was not raised in a socially, financially, or intellectually elite is Abraham
Lincoln. At the time, this man was not known by much of America, did not have very much money, and had no formal education, yet he still aspired to
power. One of the reasons behind the south's secession was because they did not know this strange man. They only knew he was from a party which
didn't support slavery. Seeing as how you have yet to prove your point, I hand it back to you.
"Greatness is not a birthright." - Newest Adidas Commercial