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  •  Norah was Not Amused (4.00)
    Agreed. First time I thought I saw true emotion behind Norah O'Donnell's more typical bemused smirky pancaked face. But Kate O-Spurned would inspire the Mona Lisa to turn her smile into a screeching growl. What a piece of crap that Kate is. Never understand why she is a featured "journalist" on Meet the Press. Watching her flap her ugly, bitter mouth turns the show into Meet the Depressed. This is a sad, bitter woman, the one who was not only not asked to the prom, but the woman who was probably shunned in the cafeteria for being the class creep. Look in her eyes. Years of hate are evident within.

    Is this 2006 or 1806?

    Sad times indeed.

    And good for you for posting this diary. Recommended. And even more thanks for e-mailing HARDBALL. You'll never hear back from them (I've tried more times than I can count here) but they need to know what their viewers are thinking. WHY they gave this book a moment of airtime is beyond me.

    I am going to take a stab in the dark and guess the publisher is Regnery.


    Ugh. It's worse than I thought.

    Publisher is SENTINEL HC-- the same imbeciles that brought you JOHN GIBSON'S "War on Christmas."

    They sure know how to pick their authors! A pox on them!

    "George Bush Doesn't Care About People"

    by WriterRoss on Mon Jan 09, 2006 at 10:55:23 PM PST

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    •  Working women are `biologically deviant' (none)
      When I was in graduate school,one of my professors lent me a book by a University of Chicago economist that he wanted me to read.  The book was entitled `Treatise on the Family' and was written by Dr. Gary Becker.

      When I got to the portion of the book where women working outside the home were described as `biologically deviant', I threw the book across the room--the first and only time I have ever done that to a book.

      Sadly, Gary Becker won a Nobel Prize for Economics for his work several years later, so his attitude is unfortunately not unusual in the economics profession.

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