Words matter. These are the best Woman President Quotes from famous people such as Marley Dias, Linda McMahon, Josefina Vazquez Mota, Tina Brown, Mary E. Pearson, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
When I was really little, I wanted to be our first woman president. I always knew I want to be the kind of grownup who makes people’s lives better. And since that’s pretty much the job of the President of the United States, it seemed like a good idea.
I think it’s high time that we had a woman president. But I don’t want to elect someone just because she’s a woman; I want the best candidate to be elected. I think that any woman who is elected to the highest office in the land would clearly have positive role model effects for other young women.
I will be the first woman president of Mexico in history.
The first black president was a hotter plot line than the first woman president.
Fifty years in the future, I should hope we’ll be on our second woman president, at least.
I want to be a lawyer, a dancer, an actress, a mother, a wife, a children’s author, a distance runner, a poet, a pianist, a pet store owner, an astronaut, an environmental and humanitarian activist, a psychiatrist, a ballet teacher, and the first woman president.
It is good to see women doctors and lawyers and executives. I can visualize a woman president. If I were British, I would have supported Margaret Thatcher. But no benefit to anyone can come from women serving in combat.
C’mon. He’d be embarrassing upstairs at the White House. So I think she’d have a hard time. I think a woman president would have to be very conservative to get elected.
So many women have had to make these sacrifices – putting off having kids, letting their husbands down – for some career opportunity. Mine just happened to be covering the woman trying to become the first woman president.
Certainly in the next 50 years we shall see a woman president, perhaps sooner than you think. A woman can and should be able to do any political job that a man can do.
I have a memory of my fourth-grade self wanting to be the first woman president of the United States, but I think that has a lot more to do with my love of world records and reference books than a love of serving my country.
I want a woman president – really, I do.
Maybe someday we’ll have a woman president. Not me, though.
I need to see a woman president in my lifetime. Or the first Jewish president.
I think it would be incredible for this country if we could have our first woman president.
If Hillary’s the first woman president, well, in England we already know what a Margaret Thatcher is. It’s not an end unto itself to be the first woman president.
The next president of the United States will be the president that will celebrate 100 years of women having the right to vote. I mean, I think having a woman president lead that celebration would be, you know, one of these instances of history really working out right in a poetic and beautiful way.
This nation is really ready for a woman president. It’s taken time, but we’re ready.