Who gets to decide what the narrative for women in politics really is? Is it the female candidates who choose to run? The media that interprets them to the public? The platforms they align themselves with?
So I'm waiting for my husband to show up at the Austin Airport, and I'm sticking near the Barbara Jordon statue. And then it hits me. That statue of former Congresswoman Barbara Jordan is the answer to my mama grizzly problem.
With Christine O'Donnell's victory, Tea Baggers are sending the same kind of naive, misguided, anger-fueled message to the Republican Party that the Naderites sent to Democrats in the 2000 presidential election.
Just think Newt, after you and The Wasilla Wonder are nominated you can start thinking about your cabinet, and how you can stock it with brilliant 21st Century thinkers and bridge-builders like Rand Paul, Ken Buck and Sharron Angle.
With Palin on the campaign trail once again, with self-righteous, morality-police guns ablaze, it's comic relief listening to her Tea Party drivel about family values and "taking back America" to the way our Founding Fathers would want it.
I'm confused by your recent video calling for an uprising of "Mama Grizzlies"; specifically, how you are now casting your nonsensical ideological narrow-mindedness as protecting "Mama Grizzlies." Don't you hunt bears from helicopters?