OFFICE WIFE HARRIET: Let's see now. An unmarried, childless woman devotes herself rather singularly to her career. Such a woman would seem to have all the makings of a feminist — oh, but wait. She appears to actually like her (male) boss, enough to stick with him through over time. I guess that disqualifies Harriet Miers for feminist acclaim. Regardless of the debate about her qualifications for O'Connor's seat, a woman expressing gratitude and loyalty to her male superior — how reactionary. Speaking of sticking up for powerful males, remember Gloria Steinem's pathetic, sniveling defense of feminism's favorite predator of women?