Sarah Palin and Sexism.
“While there is no question that our enemies were exceptionally cruel to Sarah Palin, she did not conduct herself well nor did she the follow time tested strategies on how to defeat them. The left saw blood in the water so and they ripped her apart until she was dead.or, in this case, quit office. She deserved a better fate, but her castigation had everything to do with leftist pathology and little to do with hormones or body parts.”

Are Women More Sensitive to Criticism than are Men?
“That numerous female commentators have objected that we must not believe that the Alaskan governor’s quitting her job is reflective of women being more sensitive to criticism than are men.but whether it did or did not in this instance is immaterial as I will definitely state that women are more sensitive to criticism than are men.”

Very suspicious, I bet a fiver she clipped him. If the roles were reversed I’m sure the coverage would be far more contentious.

“Police investigating the murder of Fort Lauderdale convention organizer Ben Novack Jr. at a suburban New York hotel say they have ruled out his wife as a suspect. Rye Brook Police Chief Gregory Austin says Narci Novack is not a suspect. She discovered her husband’s beaten body Sunday in their room at the Hilton Rye Town. He says preliminary autopsy results show Novack, of Fort Lauderdale, was bludgeoned with a blunt object. Novack was president of Convention Concepts Unlimited. He was running an Amway convention at the hotel. He was the son of Ben Novack Sr., founder of the famous Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach. Police were reviewing surveillance tape and interviewing guests on Monday. Detectives believe Novack, 53, of Fort Lauderdale, was targeted. They have not said what kind of weapon was used. He had organized a weekend convention for Amway Global International at the hotel for about 1,200 Spanish-speaking businesspeople nationwide. He had been staying there with his wife since Thursday, and they were planning to leave Sunday, according to The Journal News. News of his death stunned South Florida’s business community, where Novack was known as the son of the couple who founded the Fontainebleau in 1954.”


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