by John Q. Public I've been thinking about this topic for weeks, but have hesitated to publish my views. It is a controversial subject. Even my powerful brothers of the far right dare not address it (though they certainly secretly think it).
These days, it is difficult to find a woman who understands what it means to be a lady. Even Republican women, I am sorry to say---my ex-wife Judith is a tragic example--- seem to believe that they should be able to compete with men in the workplace, to hold political offices, and even to set up blog sites to offer political opinions. It is time for women of the right to think about the example they are setting to the next generation of Republican women. It is not a good one.
What finally pushed me over the edge was Michelle Malkin's post about the military tribunal at Gitmo. Michelle, please. That is not a suitable topic for a button-cute Republican lady and yet she has already received responses from several male right-wing bloggers that endorse her views without even a gentle hint to her that it would perhaps be best if she would stick to cheerleading and leave the heavy lifting for the men. (Why don't more right wing blogging ladies dress up as cheerleaders, I wonder? Or French maids? But I digress).