A woman scorned?
Women! Better be careful here, but this piece seems to me to open up a fascinating fault line in US politics between - not to put too fine a point on it - entitled, wealthy, self-regarding Manhattan-based women on the one hand and the Democratic party on the other.
The author suggests that some Hillary supporters are so cross about being called rude names that they will actively support Obama's opponent. Unlike many women, and many Democrats, they care not about the fact that McCain believes human life begins with conception. Nor that he has such a temper that he might nuke South Ossetia. Or that his health plan (Democrats would argue) does less for the poorest Americans than Obama's. All they care about is that some idiot called them bitches and they feel sore. Can they be serious?
And, more importantly, if Obama loses, will the party regret that it allowed them to be disrespected so cruelly, or will it turn on them and on the whole idea of identity politics and go back to grey white men who really do represent everyone - or try to?