The National Review does it again! In a piece that just went up on the once-admired conservative journal's website, Kevin Burke theorizes that much of the hostility felt towards VP nominee Sarah Palin on the part of American women can be blamed on their own repressed "post-abortion" grief. "These powerful repressed feelings of grief, guilt and shame can be deflected from the source of the wound (i.e., abortion) and projected onto an often uncharitable focus upon the trigger of these painful emotions…the Palin family," he writes. We have nothing intelligent to say on the matter, really, but we're sure you do. [National Review]
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