April Warren in the Stony Brook University Statesman asks a lot of good questions.
And as Mark Milke writes in the Calgary Herald:
What's curious is not the criticism of Palin but how acid-tipped it is, along with where much of it originates: from older feminists now angry at a woman with different views on many issues but who anyway succeeded at winning office -- a governorship and perhaps the number two job in the United States come November.
Memo to younger conservative women who want to succeed in politics: Don't worry about the old boys' club. They're milk-drinking pussycats. It's the fired-up tigers in the old girls' club with whom you'll have to battle.