There are some who are crying foul over the photo Newsweek chose for its cover feature on Michele Bachmann.
Her supporters claim that by making her look like a RWNJ, the magazine is treating her with less respect than her male opponents, who have not allegedly been depicted at RWNJs.
The New Yorker also has a long piece about her campaign to secure the Republican Party nomination for the 2012 presidential race, here.
[...]Bachmann and her campaign staff know that––like Sarah Palin and like Mitt Romney—her image depends on a carefully groomed glamour. As Stewart was spelling out the rules of the plane, a flight attendant solemnly carried a full-length white garment bag from Nordstrom down the aisle, as if she were carrying the nuclear codes. Close behind followed two more aides––Bachmann’s personal assistant, Tera Dahl, and the makeup artist Tamara Robertson, who had been asked to join the team because Bachmann so admired her work at Fox News.
So, Bachmann supporters and other RightWing NutJobs - listen up. Although Naomi Wolf would gladly let you shrieeek "Sexism!" about the Newsweek cover, and play the victim card which you keep accusing the women's movement of doing, feminists who support social justice are not buying your crap, nor your candidate's crap either.