You wanna tune into genius? A little bit is good for the spleen according to latest research. Then tune into a Bay Area writer that grinds more words than sand under your shoe, tells it as he sees it, and scorns anybody not into tolerance and breadth. Now, that’s hate we can use.
Follow this fellow. For the sake of recognizing what honesty can do.
By Mark Morford, SF Gate Columnist
Every white woman I know is positively horrified. Wait, that’s not exactly true. It’s more accurate to say that every thoughtful or liberal or intuitive or open-minded white woman I know worth her vagina monologue and her self-determination and and two centuries of nonstop striving for equal rights and sexual freedom and exhaustive patriarchal unshackling is right now openly horrified, appalled at what the addition of shrill PTA hockey-mom Sarah Palin seems to have done for the soggy, comatose McCain campaign — that is, make it not merely remotely interesting and melodramatic, but aggressively hostile to, well, to all intelligent women everywhere.
Sisters. This is what he says, “You’ve got to be kidding me. They say: This is what we get? This could be our historic role model? Two hundred years (OK, more like 2000) of struggle, only to have this nasty caricature of femininity try to hijack and mock and undermine it all?”
“And thus did the harrowing wail go out…”
Have you had your harrowing wail lately?