The Most Powerful Woman in the World is a Black Woman

Source Article by Reuters.

I’ve decided to make October Black Women’s month! Time to focus on the positive. 😀

According to Forbes:

(Reuters) – First lady Michelle Obama beat out heads of state, chief executives and celebrities to rank as the world’s most powerful woman in Forbes magazine’s annual listing on Wednesday.

The Most Powerful Woman in the World. (Awesome)

And third on the list is:

talk show host and media mogul Oprah Winfrey, who is ending “The Oprah Winfrey Show” next year after 25 years to launch her cable network OWN.

The Third Most Powerful Woman in the World.

And why were they chosen by Forbes?

the women on the business magazine’s list were “shaping many of the agenda-setting conversations of the day.”

The power of black women. Use it wisely.

Guess who was in 9th place?

singer Beyonce Knowles.

And there you have it. In the top 10 of the most powerful women in the world, three were African American women.

Think about your own power ladies, and use it wisely.

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A candidate cannot be nuanced

So, the media’s love affair with Senator Obama is over already? That was fast.

A candidate cannot be nuanced – that’s why President Bush was re-elected…

But the truth of Senator Obama’s comments make clear that Senators make lousy Presidents: too much deliberation. Although his responses told me he’d make a better governor of Louisianna than Blanco.

Rehearsed speeches at debates really say very little about how any candidate would respond to a real crisis. Being President is an on-the-job-training experience.

Frankly, I’d like someone who doesn’t pretend to have a solution to every problem in the world, and realizes his job is what the Constitution requests: greet foreign dignitaries, sign ratifiable treaties that don’t impose on US sovereignty, and be Commander-in-Chief (put America first). End of story.

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Does Barack Obama have a view on defense? – MSNBC TV – MSNBC.com

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