The Washington Post and Virginia gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds have been making a big deal about a thesis that Deeds’ challenger, Bob McDonnell, wrote 20 years ago. One of their gripes is that the thesis shows a lack of respect for women.
I wonder whether this kind of contempt, which Deeds showed toward a “young lady” reporter when she dared to question him over conflicting tax statements, is what they have in mind:
For the record, Deeds made his views on taxes as clear as mud while answering questions from reporters who grew increasingly baffled as he rambled. As for Deeds’ views about women, he appears to be a graduate of the Barack Obama School of Chauvinism.
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