Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Rationalizing MSNBC's anti female politician stance...

Is MSNBC's year long assault against female presidential and vice presidential candidates some sort of a rite of passage, a hazing of sorts? Is it possible that MSNBC has raised the bar for female presidential candidates and vice presidential candidates since there has only been one prior female vice presidential candidate, who ironically enough was hazed earlier this year as well. (Geraldine Ferraro).

One could argue that Barack Obama, as an african american presidential candidate, should have been "hazed" just as much if this is the rationalization that MSNBC is using against female politicians. If this article has done anything, it's reminded me that ALL THREE FEMALE VICE PRESIDENT and PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES in this country's entire history were all hazed this year, by MSNBC.


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