I send my condolences to her family and friends. It is an ancient African tradition that we must all learn from the life of our public figures, good and not so good, as they leave this plane. This is done not to throw stones, but that our lives are better having understood the full measure of the person.
Having said that, I think America would have been standing on sounder ground if Mondale Ferraro won in 1984, instead of Reagan Bush. The Dem team with its faults, would not have attacked the unions and womans rights as the Republicans have.
Geraldine Ferraro Dies At 75, A Trailblazing, Controversial VP Candidate
Read more at blogs.forbes.comOn November 6, 1984, Geraldine Ferraro, the nation’s first woman vice presidential candidate, along with running mate Walter Mondale for president, lost the race in a landslide to Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Today she died at age 75 at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she was being treated for blood cancer.