- The Washington Times - Saturday, September 27, 2008

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Like many other Americans, I find Alaska’s Gov. Sarah Palin to be a fascinating person.

What is most admirable about Mrs. Palin is the almost genderless self-assurance she seems to possess, brought up the way she was. Of course, I also like her effortless ability to so confound the pundits of the liberal left. It will be a great pity if the unworthy efforts to destroy her image in hopes of serving the candidacy of Sen. Barack Obama succeed.

A generation of American girls likely would not escape being that effort’s final victims.

RON GOODEN

Atlanta


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