Now that the 2022 midterm election is over, the political conversation has quickly shifted to the 2024 presidential race.
Much of the speculation on the Democrats’ side is that Joe Biden needs to step aside and take Kamala “I was that little girl” Harris with him. The California governor – who ignored his own rules on lockdowns during COVID-19 – seems to be the early favorite to displace the geriatric incumbent.
Much of the speculation on the Republicans’ side is that either Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis will be the 2024 nominee.
As I tend to do, I’ll take a road less traveled en route to the 2024 presidential campaign.
Aside from a moment or two in the country’s history, men have held the POTUS office since 1789 when Commander in Chief of the Continental Army George Washington became the nation’s first president.
Maybe it’s time for an all-female presidential ticket and Cabinet. Could…