Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Courage In Corsets

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.
#203, 8912-156 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5R 5Z2

Hon. David G. Hancock, QC, MLA
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Whitemud

Dear David:

After LXX (70) plus years of battling, the Women's Suffragette Movement got females the right to vote in MCMX (1910) in Washington State, the Vth State in the Union II allow IV female voting and these suffragettes paved the way IV their Eastern counterparts & the eventual passing of the XIXth (19th) Amendment to pass. This vote in MCMXX (1920) enfranchised women with the right to vote nationally.
David we have to instill in male students that female students & women should always be considered equal. Even up here in Canada women at one point were treated like dirt, at points only considered 3/5th's of a person & treated more like property than human beings. The women (& men) of Washington State elected females to the United States House of Representatives. This politically savvy set of ladies set the stage IV total voting equality by chitchatting their male counterparts IV a decade to influence them on legislative fairness II women.

In representative & parliamentary democracies, we need women to be C% (100%) equal II men. Just because it was men who gave women the right II vote, doesn't make it the right way IV it to have happened. On July IVth, MDCCLXXVI (1776) women should have been given the right to vote on a equal basis with men in the U.S. Constitution. If these same women were good enough to give birth to all of the Fathers of Confederation, then they were good enough II have immediate equal voting rights.

Bravissimo II The Ladies Of Washington State,


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