Monday, October 04, 2010

Kelly vs. Allred: Blonder ain't dumber 

My liberal friends love to mock the "bimbos" on Fox News, but surely that group does not include Megyn Kelly, whose gutting this afternoon of feminist lawyer and all-purpose publicity hound Gloria Allred is beautiful to behold.


By Anonymous Mr. Ed, at Tue Oct 05, 12:18:00 AM:

-Big Hollywood Smile-
"Thank you Megan!"

Dems are getting more energized. It has nothing to do with issues. It has everything to do with Repubs winning. It has nothing to do with policy or ideas. It's all about stereotypes.

I hope you will all do your duty and vote November 2.

As often as possible.

The Dems will.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Tue Oct 05, 08:15:00 PM:

So what if the housekeeper was referred to Allred by a Brown loyalist? That doesn't change the facts that Whitman employed an illegal alien for nine years(!), and ignored the "no match" letter she received from Social Security Administration in 2003. Does it?

Of course, offering to take a lie detector test one month before an election is always a good campaign tactic. Right up there with making a TV ad where the candidate announces "I am not a witch!" LOL  

By Blogger Roy Lofquist, at Tue Oct 05, 11:54:00 PM:

So, Fox has more women on-air than the other networks. I guess they don't get feminist cred because they just happen to hire foxes.  

By Anonymous sirius, at Thu Oct 07, 12:04:00 AM:

Has it been categorically determined that the Whitman's "ignored" the 'no match' letter?

I don't know the answer, but absent evidence to the contrary, I could easily entertain the suspicion that the housekeeper intercepted the letter and made sure her employers never saw it.  

By Blogger Progressively Defensive, at Thu Oct 07, 11:28:00 AM:

Her husband, a surgeon, received the letter and wrote a note to the housekeeper in question named Nicky: Nicky, please take care of this. He then handed it to the housekeeper herself to "handle." Naturally, she tossed it and worked until Whitman ran in 2009 and then fired her.

What I don't get is why the housekeeper did not just use the same name as the SS# she took. Maybe it did not match her other documents. In any case, Whitman's husband is guilty in my opinion and responsible for 2003-2009; the INS is guilty, too. They should have knocked on Whitman's door in 2003 and arrested the housekeeper.

But Whitman has a great case for being kind to the Hispanic community. $23/hour is good money for household work.  

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