I used to enjoy reading Maureen Dowd. I think she has a way with words and at times she even promotes thinking outside of conventional wisdom. Unfortunately, those columns are few and far between. Reading her column in the Sunday New York Times irritated me. I guess that's her specialty — irritation.I remember once, after I'd left the White House , I mentioned one of her columns to a friend and the friend said, "You know, you don't have to read that stuff any more...you graduated." But I'm a news junkie; I can't help myself. Kind of like some women and chocolate. Whoops! Sorry — did I say something stereotypical and uncalled for?That's exactly what her column about mean Republican and conservative women is — stereotypical and uncalled for. She lists the usual suspects — as in, those expected to win. Yet reading her piece I keep thinking, has she met any of those women? Does she still feel that way after walking away? I'm fortunate to meet a lot of women from both sides of the aisle — a...
Doug Mckelway reports from Washington, D.C.
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