Though not nearly as strongly as would her counterpart on Olympus.
That these pundits would use such a term indicates they’re not interesting in covering this grassroots movement fairly. But, in seeking to discredit it, they discredit only themselves. Peggy at least gets at the legitimacy of the concern of those who take to the streets to oppose Democrats’ big-spending initiatives. I only wish she had been more forceful in objecting to the juvenile rhetoric of her male peers, much as the real Athena restrained Achilles from rash action.
Still, the comments of the others provide yet another example of media bias, even by Stephanopoulos who has, in recent days, shown some efforts to be balanced, occasionally asking tough questions of Democrats and their defenders (despite his background as an aide to highly partisan Democrats). Via Jim Hoft who offers: “They didn’t even bat an eye when as they used the offensive sexual term to describe fiscal conservatives.”
All but Peggy.