Nice of them to admit to it, finally.
“I wouldn’t hold up the White House as the perfect example here,” Josh Earnest says of pay equity for women.
— Brian Hughes (@BrianHughesDC) July 2, 2014
Josh Earnest is the new White House Press Secretary, of course – but while I applaud his shockingly new ability to detect objective reality I do have to ask the following questions:
- Why doesn’t the White House live up to its own gender pay inequity rhetoric?
- If the White House thinks that they have a good reason not to live up to that rhetoric, why doesn’t Barack Obama extend that same courtesy to everybody else who uses the same reason?
- If the White House does not think that they have a good reason not to live up to that rhetoric, then why hasn’t the White House done something about the situation?
- Why didn’t the White House do something about the situation years ago?
- When does the White House plan to do something about it?
- Will the White House do something about it?
- So, just how many promises does the White House have to break before they start feeling shame?
- Does anyone at the White House know the definition of the word ‘shame?’
- Does anyone at the White House know the definition of the word ‘hypocrisy?’
- And here’s the big one: why, in fact, should any of us believe the Obama’s administration’s answers to any of the previous questions?
I think that covers it.
Moe Lane (crosspost)
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