|Clinton, Beavis, Perot|
|Wendell Wilkie, Elwood, Indiana, 1940|
|Ha-ha, he's short!|
|John F. Kerry on|
the campaign trail
Mr. Galbraith wrote: "I said he [de Gaulle] obviously agreed with me that the world belongs to the tall men. They are more visible, therefore their behavior is better and accordingly they are to be trusted. He said that he agreed and added, 'It is important that we be merciless with those who are too small.' "
To Dowd, as to many people, heightism is funny while sexism is no laughing matter.