Originally Posted by Ruby2
Talk about a dumb story for both sides involved.
The fact that this is a top news item is ridiculous.
Not really. What's ridiculous was that a politician felt the need to put personal feelings over her ethical obligations in a public forum whilst tacitly ignoring or being ignorant to the protections afforded by the 1st Amendment. But hey, after all that was pointed out to her, at least she said "my bad". It's not like people will remember what she said and run with it.