Has Obama Been Asked About the Big Sis Sexual Harassment Scandal?

We have an ongoing controversy at the Department of Homeland Security, article from August the 12th, folks, that’s when this story hit. August the 12th, nine days ago. We have a lawsuit here. We have actual charges of sexual harassment against the Department of Homeland Security director, and what’s Obama have to say about that? Zip, zero, nada. Is anybody gonna ask Napolitano to resign? For the good of the party, for the good of the country, for the good of Obama’s reelection. Anybody gonna say to Janet Napolitano, “Hey, Big Sis, this is a distraction we don’t need.” No, nobody’s gonna say that because it isn’t a distraction because nobody knows about it.

You know, talking about making health care decisions for women and men, ought not be doing that, what the hell is Obama? He’s a man. What does Obamacare do? He’s got his mandate in there. He’s got a birth control mandate in there. He is mandating certain behaviors where women are concerned via Obamacare. But somehow that connection isn’t made.

“In the complaint, Napolitano is accused of turning her female-run department into a ‘frat house’ where male staffers were routinely humiliated, reports Forbes. Along with the culture against men, Napolitano is also accused of providing unequal opportunities for men and women, promoting women to the highest positions while equally qualified men were bypassed. The lawsuit against Janet Napolitano serves as a stark reminder for employers that discrimination goes both ways, and that you have to be on the lookout for much more than men harassing women.” We do? We have to be on the lookout for that? No, we don’t.



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