March 2, 2008

THEY ACT LIKE PLASTER-CASTERS...:

Drift away from Clinton frustrates many women: As they see her chances slipping, some feel old wounds: An older, more experienced woman is pushed aside to make way for a younger male colleague.
By Robin Abcarian, 3/02/08, Los Angeles Times)

Darlene Ewing is a Democratic activist, longtime feminist and very frustrated Hillary Rodham Clinton supporter.

Like many who have dreamed of seeing a woman in the Oval Office, Ewing doesn't understand why women are drifting in ever-greater numbers away from Clinton toward her rival, Barack Obama. This trend, which has imperiled the candidacy of the woman once considered a shoo-in for her party's nomination, infuriates the frank-talking Texan.

"They're running to the rock star, to the momentum, to the excitement," said Ewing, a family law attorney who chairs the Dallas County Democratic Party.


...yet wonder we thought them too frivolous to deserve the franchise?

Posted by Orrin Judd at March 2, 2008 7:41 AM
Comments

Ah. Then, I should vote for McCain in hopes of ... losing my franchise ? ? ???

Posted by: Paula R. Robinson MD at March 3, 2008 12:15 PM

Disenfranchisement of the dependent classes is too much to hope for.

Posted by: oj at March 3, 2008 1:37 PM
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