Glad *I* didn't get elected...
I voted the other way, but from this post on Chronicles of Higher Education, Obama has my profound sympathy"
As a professor and an author, I speak with hundreds of female undergraduates and graduate students in their 20s and 30s. I know what they want: They want both careers and families.
They want to be teachers, lawyers, engineers, biologists, doctors, and professors. They want to open new businesses, make scientific discoveries, improve the environment. They believe that finally the barriers have fallen and all careers are open to them. But they also want a family. The members of this new generation will defer marriage and motherhood many years to focus on their careers. Still, they expect to find a life partner and have at least one child before their biological clock runs out.
Gad. The poster only wants President Obama to enable them to open new businesses, get tenure, make scientific discoveries, eliminate the cost of childcare, but also to give every professional a child (which would get Michelle rather miffed, and far exceed the ability of any post-teenage male). At this rate, President O is going to be invoking his limited Article II powers in a hurry.