The Article, Female Voters Give Themselves a Bad Name, is about the double standards of sexual politics. Definitely worth a read. Here's a small sample to whet your appetite...
So now we have women deciding to vote for Hillary because she showed she's "one of us." She's now part of the coffee klatsch, the women who watch daytime television talk shows and soaps. It's, as Sean Hannity described it on the radio the other day, the "Oprah-ization" of politics. Yet they want to be taken seriously as voters who look at the serious issues that face our nation and our world?
As a woman, I find that incredibly insulting. I conduct a great deal of research on the issues and make my choices in the voting booth accordingly. Policy (and to a certain extent, experience) is what should count most in any election. If women want to vote for Hillary because they really think she is the best choice based upon her positions on things like the economy, national security and so on, fine: I may consider them to be misguided souls, but at least that's better rationale than to vote for her because "she's a woman."
Be sure to read the whole thing at the link above.
Pam is scheduled to appear on the Andrea Shea King radio program on WDBO (AM 580 Orlando, FL) Sunday night (Jan. 13, 2008) at 9pm EST. You can listen on the web and/or join a live chat room about the show by going HERE at the appropriate time and choosing the proper link(s). (Side note: Another good friend of the blog, Thirdwavedave, is a producer for Andrea's Blog Talk Radio show, which can be heard live Monday-Thursday, 9pm EST, or from the archives whenever you'd like!)
Pam has also been busy lately contributing to Family Security Matters, a website devoted to issues related to our National Security, and has also contributed to Newsbusters, a website that exposes left-wing media bias.