Chandra Levy case strains logic of nastions' feminists

Friday, July 20, 2001 at 1:00am

Why are feminists the principal lobbying group for Congressmen Who Had Affairs With Missing Interns? In the case of missing intern Chandra Levy, they're not even covering for a president who will save their precious Roe versus Wade.

The feminist enthusiasm for Condit goes something like this: Feminists have always stood for freedom of "choice" (unless it involves something other than abortion, adultery or sodomy), and isn't it wonderful that Chandra Levy was able to choose to have an affair with a married man? Congratulations, Chandra!

If you think I'm making this up, here is what Gloria Jacobs, editor of Ms. magazine, said about Chandra on Fox News

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