A law degree is not simply putting yourself through school and it is what is needed for Congress because one of the functions is to write laws. Just a woman who loves skulls and has tattoos. And the platform of clean water, as she mentioned her participation, is not gender-based and is not race based. You only heard what you wanted to hear but you did not listen.
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I could bet 10 cents to the dollar you have never posted you’re the same concern or, the idea of what a qualified candidate is when the candidate is a Whiteman running for Congress or, any elected position. Just a woman who loves skulls and has tattoos. But, because she’s Native American Proud you think we (people of color) need a reminder of what a good qualifying candidate should be. “Reason”, has never been a Whiteman’s strong point. They have historically defined reason as a “noun”..a justification for action such as the genocide of Native Americans.
So it seems as if you are saying that because she is Native American and a woman, she could not possibly be qualified to be in any government position, no less in Congress. At least that is what your statement tells me. I hope I’m wrong.
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I listened to every word. I just take offense to the idea that someone’s gender and race, is a qualification for Congress. Either she or this website, chose to make her heritage the main point. It’s completely unnecessary. I like what she had to say. If you are so passionate about her plight, demand more from the congressmen, and women, you vote in everywhere else. Funny shirts. I can understand your perspective, but disagree. Often we are unable to fully appreciate our privileges until an opportunity presents itself to look through another’s eyes. Perhaps that scenario doesn’t apply to you, or maybe it does. I couldn’t say. But this candidate cannot hide who she is (nor should she), so why not state what is true, and highlight the qualities which set her apart?