I miss Bob Heinlein

Fortunately I have Victor Davis Hanson…

In short, Sarah Palin is the emblem of what feminism was supposed to be all about: an unafraid, independent, audacious woman, who soared on her own merits without the aid of a patriarchal jumpstart, high-brow matrimonial tutelage and capital, and old-boy liaisons and networking.

Instead this entire sorry episode of personal invective against, and jealousy toward, Sarah Palin is surreal. Given the rising backlash, Palin Derangement Syndrome may prove to be the one thing, fairly or not, that sinks Barack Obama.

So eat that.

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3 Responses to I miss Bob Heinlein

  1. Old Fat Sailor says:

    TANSTAAFL is as elegant as Maxwell’s Deamon-His is missed by a lotof people that understood the philosophy underlying even the Juveniles. Too bad more did not.

  2. krm says:

    He has a real point there. Gov. Palin certainly made it on her own, and on her own terms.

    She had none of the advantanges that most other politcos had. I like her a lot for it. I like htis brand of feminism much more than the man-hating victimology club of the east coast/elite/academia variety

  3. Palin Derangement Syndrome may prove to be the one thing, fairly or not, that sinks Barack Obama.

    I say fairly.

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