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Women in politics: The heat of the kitchen

In her news conference Friday (July 3) announcing she is going to resign as Alaska governor, Sarah Palin bemoaned what she said were women in political office being held to a different standard. In a 2008 interview at a Newsweek event in Los Angeles, however, Palin said Hillary Clinton should not complain about taking a beating in the media, but rather should concentrate on negating the criticism through effort and accomplishment. Also part of the interview was Janet Napolitano, who, noted rumromanismrebellion.com, was given no immunity from criticism when she accepted the DHS job with Obama…

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