The more professionally successful a man is, the more likable he is; the more professionally successful a woman is, the less likable she is. And that when women are serving on behalf of someone else, as I was when I was Secretary of State, for example, they are seen favorably. But when they step into the arena and say, wait a minute I think I could do the job, I would like to have that opportunity, their favorabilities goes down
She did this talking point a couple of places (I saw it on the Today show, but here's the same thing on NPR)
I think it's telling that she doesn't see the Presidency as 'serving on behalf of someone else' but instead as her own means of self actualization.
Eta - I mean that's likely true for *everyone*, every Prez since Bush 1 has had some sort of daddy issue to overcome, but nobody says it out loud.
when you wake up as the queen of the n=1 kingdom and mount your steed non sequiturius, do you look out upon all you survey and think “damn, it feels good to be a green idea sleeping furiously?" - dhex