Of course it's as worthy as a man's, sorry if I gave an impression otherwise.
Think it came out wrong. I wasn't saying men weren't commenting, I guess I mistakenly made a bogus observation that some of the more vehement reactions had come from women, which may have been a weird selective observation on my part, for which I apologize in full.
It's not the calling part that gets me, though. I can't say it was smart of him to do what he did, and there's a greater chance of Nader winning the next presidency than of him being able to groundhog his way out of this one. I guess I'm just a little overwhelmed by the severity of the laceration I'm seeing him get here.
I'll probably be properly PO'ed at him come morrow after some sleep.
(Again, my apologies for if I came off at all as sexist here.)