I have immersed myself in reading what the Liberals have to say since Gov. Palin has hit the scene, and really try to understand they're arguments. The main arguments they seem to have are that she didn't go to a big name school, lived in a a very small town, dared to allow her family to come to the convention and watch "Mom" accept the nomination for Vice President of the entire country---on the other hand I may have that wrong---and the Liberals are angry that she (Gov. Palin) is PROUD of her family.
Then two the leftists (nee liberals) have gone on and on and on trying to convince themselves that their boy from Haavard has more experience than Gov. Palin. (and at the same time trying to convince the world that Gov. Palin doesn't have enough experience to be Vice President---the way all the comments read, sounds like half of the liberal feminists had to go lay down for a couple days as they were just "sick" over her speech, and the other half kept trying to tell themselves that the nomination of Gov. Palin to the VP candidacy, was nothing less than the repubs (thats what they call people who are republicans) starting a culture war. Deep down inside these elitists believe that if ya didn't graduate from an Ivy league school, then you can't possibly be cultured enough to run for high office. (kinda insults an awful lot of working moms I would think)-----they hear that talk, then look at Gov. Palin's actual accomplishments---proving it can be done---one doesn't have to go to the just right schools, and join just the right organizations, and marry a man with big connections, to get ahead---).
It seems in the Liberal Party (aka Democrats), they have Men and Feminists. Whereas in the Conservative Party (aka Republicans), they have Men and Women.