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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Maureen Dowd
Left-leaning New York Times' columnist Maureen Dowd has jumped ideological camp and ripped into President Obama, calling him out for what she characterizes as leadership failures in the gun control debate.
For a book that has yet to be released, Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In" _ part feminist manifesto, part how-to career guide _ has got a lot of people talking.
Jesse Jackson is right. In response to the faceoff in Arizona between President Obama and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer last week, Mr. Jackson said, "Even George Wallace did not put his finger in Dr. King's face." It's true; he didn't. Similarly, not even Joseph Stalin wrote two autobiographies the way Mr. Obama has. And even Genghis Khan didn't have a Swiss bank account the way Mitt Romney did.
Sarah Palin is the hottest act in town, and the critics can only grind their teeth. She's playing the media like a violin, though the likes of Chris Matthews and Maureen Dowd look more like bass fiddles.
"While I'm still trying to wrap my head around Maureen Dowd's 'Mean Girls' column, I think it's worth noting that, for a clique to splinter, there has to be a clique in the first place," writes Rachael Larimore at the Slate blog Double X.
Scratch a liberal and you may find a Hillary hater. A lot of men and women on the left can't stand her. The attitude of these women is both visceral and intellectual. They despise her pretense of being a "feminist" because she so compromised herself in her relationship with Bill. More important, they can't bear her torturous explanations of why she voted to go to war in Iraq.
The New York Times' Maureen Dowd claimed the Republicans lost because they "tried to force chastity belts on women and made Hispanics, blacks and gays feel like the help."
What's more, she said, "he doesn't want to learn, or to even hire some clever people who can tell him how to do it or do it for him," Politico reported