Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Katie Couric weighs in on victimology

During the primary season, Democrats struggled with the issue of whether to 'vote their race' or 'vote their gender.' For some the issue came down to whether racism or sexism was of greater concern. As Haaretz reports, prominent liberal Katie Couric now adds her opinion:
I find myself in the last bastion of male dominance, and realizing what Hillary Clinton might have realized not long ago: that sexism in the American society is more common than racism, and certainly more acceptable or forgivable. [emph. added]
Hat tip: M. Calderone.

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