IWF’s Carrie Lukas has an excellent piece on Hillary and women on National Review. Carrie says most of us are well disposed toward the idea of a woman in the White House, but it depends on which woman:

“The idea that women would obediently line up behind a woman presidential candidate – regardless of who she was – has always stretched credulity. Women overwhelmingly recognize the next president will have grave responsibilities and want the person, man or woman, best prepared to meet the challenges of the office. The media often portrays groups like NOW as representing women; in reality, few women embrace the brand of big-government paternalism advocated by these outdated feminist groups.”