In the "Off the Record" department, hence the "my title."
posted on 11/20/2002 12:02:42 PM PST
Next thing you know, they'll be calling the tournament "The Massa's"....
posted on 11/20/2002 12:04:09 PM PST
This is more proof of liberals/Democrats' lack of a serious agenda. They are constantly trying to recreate the glory days of the labor and civil rights movements, but there is no one left to liberate now except radical homosexuals, transvestites, pedophiles, pornographers, and apparently rich white women who can't join Augusta National.
I'm sure it will not take long, once Augusta does welcome its first female memebr, for the Times to start trashing her as a rich white ruling class Republican woman.
It is amusing to watch them urinating all over any shred of credibility the paper once had.
posted on 11/20/2002 12:43:47 PM PST
The Times Corp. owns Golf Digest and Golf World, too -- GW being the weekly that serves both as consumer magazine and insider's trade magazine of golf. And both are bastions of PC. Take reporter Tim Rosaforte, for example. He covered the memorial service for Payne Stewart, Van Arden, and Bob Fraley without once mentioning religion.
This is really a non issue that the liberal press is pushing. The average person, man or woman, could not care less. Remember it probably costs $100,000 plus to get in, annual dues are in the $20,000 to 30,000 range and it probably costs 250$ or so to play around of Golf. You are talking about the top 1/100 of one percent of the people in the USA. Any person would have to be super rich to get in. Plus if you you do not live in the area you would have to fly their to get to play. The liberal elite are trying to divide and conquer. How many woman have this kind of money plus an interest in golf and the time to play. Think about it.
posted on 11/20/2002 1:22:03 PM PST
by Uncle Hal
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