This is a case of Wonder Woman vs Wonder Woman. The former television Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter, has slammed the political Wonder Woman, Sarah Palin, for supposedly being "judgmental and dictatorial." The depth of Carter's PDS anger is rather surprising but I guess that puts her in line with quite a few Hollywood celebrities and has-beens. What set Lynda Carter off on her anti-Palin rant was a question from Victor Fiorillo in Philadelphia Magazine:
Okay, last question. I'm sure you've seen all the comparisons in the media and among Republicans of Sarah Palin to Wonder Woman. How do you feel about that?
And it was that question that lit the fuse to the extreme PDS anger in Lynda Carter:
Don’t get me started. She’s the anti-Wonder Woman. She’s judgmental and dictatorial, telling people how they’ve got to live their lives. And a superior religious self-righteousness ... that’s just not what Wonder Woman is about. Hillary Clinton is a lot more like Wonder Woman than Mrs. Palin. She did it all, didn’t she?
Hillary "did it all" by hitching her political fortune to Bill Clinton's career. From there Carter shows that she not only acted in a TV fantasy, her mind is filled with fantasies about Sarah Palin supposedly imposing her religious views on others:
No one has the right to dictate, particularly in this country, to force your own personal views upon the populace — religious views. I think that is suppressive, oppressive, and anti-American. We are the loyal opposition. That’s the whole point of this country: freedom of speech, personal rights, personal freedom. Nor would Wonder Woman be the person to tell people how to live their lives. Worry about your own life! Worry about your own family! Don't be telling me what I want to do with mine.
Wow! Lynda Carter sure sounds like one angry Wonder Woman. She seeths some more over the laughable notion of a Palin-imposed theocracy:
I like John McCain. But this woman — it's anathema to me what she stands for. I think America should be very afraid. Very afraid. Separation of church and state is the one thing the creators of the Constitution did agree on — that it wasn’t to be a religious government. People should feel free to speak their minds about religion but not dictate it or put it into law.
Carter is still not done. She continues to work herself into a frenzy over Palin and religion:
What I don’t understand, honestly, is how anyone can even begin to say they know the mind of God. Who do they think they are? I think that’s ridiculous. I know what God is in my life. Now I am sure that she’s not all just that. But it’s enough to me. It’s enough for me to have a visceral reaction. And it makes me mad.
Lynda Carter at one time was really beautiful but she finishes off the interview in a really ugly mood:
People need to speak up. Doesn’t mean that I’m godless. Doesn’t mean that I am a murderer. What I hate is this demonization of everybody but one position. You’re un-American because you’re against the war. It’s such bullshit. Fear. It’s really such a finite way of thinking about God to think that your measley little mind can know the mind of God. It’s a very little God that way. I think that God’s bigger. I don’t presume to know his mind. Or her mind.
And somehow Lynda Carter presumes to know the mind of Sarah Palin. Chill out, Lynda. Your irrational anger is consuming you.