I watched Teresa Heinz Kerry's speech last night. She rambled.
It's evident that she has spent little time in the south, if her remarks about women being heard are taken at face value. Women I know have no trouble speaking their minds, and there's hell to pay if the audience isn't listening.
I always get a little nervous when extremely wealthy people begin talking about alternative energy and energy use. I remember Barbra Streisand recommending that women use their dryers less and hang their laundry outdoors during a recent summer. One of her closets is probably larger than my house.
All in all, Ms. Kerry seemed a nice enough lady, if distant. Apparently, she has a great reputation as a philanthropist in Pennsylvania.