Of course, this doesn't hold water when you have statistics such as these.
In 44 years, we have had a string (but knock on wood for this election) of White male Presidents.
In 44 years, Nancy Pelosi is the first and only woman to hold the title of Speaker of the House.
In 44 years, there have been only two female Supreme Court justices (hardly a representative sample, since there are 9 justices total). Now there is only one.
Congress is nowhere near proportional representation, especially in the Senate, which has 95% White and 86% Male members. The House of Representatives is hardly any better, with 84% Male and 84% White members.
There are only 10 Fortune 500 companies run by women, and 20 Fortune 1000 companies have female CEOs (a miniscule percentage by any standard).
There are only four African-Americans running Fortune 500 companies. (Quote from this article: "The indicia of power in corporate America is still white and male," said an author who has studied the stats.)
Tell you what, Steve: when Congress is 50% female, when we have a woman President (not necessarily Hillary Clinton, although I would love to see that), and when there are 250 female and 60 African-American Fortune 500 CEOs, then you can come whining to me.
Until then, shut the frak up.