Why on earth would you care what I think about Python? I mean, really, what can I say about it that someone else hasn't? I'm not the most experienced programmer, so I can't give you an exhaustive analysis, and I'm not clueless about programming, so I can't tell you what it's like to learn programming from Python.
However, even in that short time, I've noticed a couple things. First of all, I got a whole lot done. Even in the brief time that I've actually been writing scripts with Python, I've managed to replace a sizable amount of PHP code. I've almost finished writing an object-oriented Python include scheme for my websites.
I was going to put a paragraph here about how Python doesn't support private methods and variables, but then I googled "Python private methods" and found out how to make your methods private. You just need to add two underscores before the name of the method. I'm glad that I don't have to leave my programs' private parts exposed, but I'm disappointed that I had to backspace my eloquent and somewhat insinuating "No private methods" rant.
This topic will probably come back up later, when I have more of an opinion on Python. For now, I'm feeling a little too ignorant to continue.