According to Douglas Wallace: no.
From the Reno Gazette Journal:
Douglas Wallace, 80, contends that because the U.S. Constitution relies on the pronouns “he” and “his” in describing the duties of the president, no woman can hold the office.
Wallace argues the constitution would have to be amended to specifically allow a female president and accused Clinton of trying to make an “end run around the Constitution.”
“The use of female gendered pronouns ‘she’ or ‘her’ are not present in the document, making it conclusive that the framers never intended that a woman would be president of the United States,” Wallace wrote in the lawsuit.
To bad Mary Hall wasn’t around to oppose Mr. Wallace’s “case.”
Here is a short list of things I think have a better chance of happening than Mr. Wallace winning his case:
- The passengers prevail in their suit against Southwest;
- Hillary Clinton signs with the Cubs to play shortstop and leads the Cubs to a World Series title;
- The sun rises in the west.
Have a great weekend.