21 September 2008
In my view, Sarah is intolerable to many because she has radically upended the definition of “feminism” in a way that appeals to many ordinary working women and mothers (like Mrs. Michael), but disempowers many others who, heretofore, have blithely presumed to speak for women.
Left-wing feminists have a hard time dealing with strong, successful conservative women in politics such as Margaret Thatcher. Sarah Palin seems to have truly unhinged more than a few, eliciting a stream of vicious, often misogynist invective.
On Salon.com last week, Cintra Wilson branded her a “Christian Stepford Wife” and a “Republican blow-up doll.” Wendy Doniger, religion professor at the University of Chicago Divinity School, added on the Washington Post blog, “Her greatest hypocrisy is in her pretense that she is a woman.” [Emphasis supplied.]
It is very easy as Vman will choose and then all of us the "insipeds" will follow.
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