Monday, September 1, 2008
I enjoy reading Maureen Dowd of the Times for the most part. The sentence of the day comes from her:
"Instead of going home and watching “Miss Congeniality” with Sandra Bullock, I get to stay here and watch “Miss Congeniality” with Sarah Palin.
Read all here.
graph per ny times
Labels: gender, gender and culture, gender politics, gendering professions, Hillary Clinton, Maureen Dowd, NY Times, Obama, politics and culture, Sarah Palin
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I dig that sentence! She's acerbic, man!!
She's a trip!!!
The cool thing about McCain's choice for VP is that he can no longer use the "inexperienced" argument against Obama without looking like a total jackass.
Of course, my boyfriend's dad, a staunch republican, recently argued to me that Obama is inexperienced and Miss Alaska is not. Didn't quite understand his argument, but I suppose when you're looking through the rose-colored glass of dogma, it doesn't really matter.
Bri, one would like to read your gendered take on the republican veep-pick.
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