“I would beg him to speak directly, solemnly, to the women of this country, asking them if they are prepared to see themselves in this caricature of a free woman who plans to deny her peers one of their most cherished and hard-won rights, the right to an abortion. I would underline the cynicism, the absence of feeling one must have to exhibit in front of the world’s television cameras that which a mother should hold most dear, most private, and painfully precious: a child with Down syndrome. I would advise him to assign this task to Hillary."Yeah, Henri-Levy. That will work. And what's with the baguette whacking her on the head?
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Bernard Henri-Levy: A caricature of a free woman; absence of feeling with Trig
The French philosopher's advice for Obama in New York magazine: