L. Neil Smith offers his insight into the nature and character of Sarah Palin in his latest editorial
The Crimes of Sarah Palin
by L. Neil Smith
Attribute to The Libertarian Enterprise
Perhaps as important, Palin isn’t some pallid East-coast hotel dweller, accustomed to room service, but a real human being, a real live female who can do all of the things listed in the song “I’m A Woman”—she can handle a rifle, hunt, fish, clean and cut up wild game, make something edible out of it, keep house, raise five kids, keep her husband interested since they were in high school together, plus run a city and run a state—and most of the things any human being should be able to do, according to The Notebooks of Lazarus Long.
In short, she’s a Heinlein woman.