Could it be true that pretty ladies get criticized the hardest by other women? It seems like the case for former beauty queen and vice-presidential nominee Governor Sarah Palin, who appears to be winning the hearts of men, but losing points with women.
A recent Time magazine poll shows that Palin's numbers are worse among women than men, with 45 percent of all women surveyed admitting a negative opinion of her. Only 42 percent said they view her positively. Also, 52 percent of men have a favorable opinion, while 35 percent are on the unfavorable wagon.
On Salon.com last month, writer Cintra Wilson labeled her a "Christian stepford wife" and a "Republican blow-up doll."