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Where the Women are Robust

 

We should be careful, though, not to make the world so fine and good that you and I can’t enjoy living in it.  A world in which there is no sexual harassment at all is a world in which there will not be any flirtation.

Garrison Keillor, Address to National Press Club, April 7, 1994

 

 

 

 

Miss Tweeden knew what the game was and played her role and on the flight home, in a spirit of low comedy, Al ogled her and pretended to grab her and a picture was taken. Eleven years later, a talk show host in L.A., she goes public with her embarrassment, and there is talk of resignation. This is pure absurdity and the atrocity it leads to is a code of public deadliness. No kidding.

Garrison Keillor in an Op Ed in the Washington Post, November 29, 2017, entitled Al Franken Should Resign?  That’s Absurd.

 

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

4 Comments

  1. Garrison Keillor is wrong. While the current inductees of snowflake airhead millennial feminists into my industry is a recent phenomenon, the crop of women who became successful in nuclear energy stood head and shoulders above the mainstream. Further, we men (even those of us who are Naval submarine and aircraft carrier nukes) never treated women in our industry the way Al Franken treated Leeann Tweeden. I guess the bar of morality in the entertainment industry and politics is a lot lower than even what us Navy nukes would do.

    Now that said, the influx of millennials is changing all that. They got no morals. If it feels good, they do it. And they act all so self-righteous about BS issues like global warmig and LGBTQ rights. God only knows if my industry will survive. We require strict adherence to regulation and impregnable personal integrity especially with regard to safety-related matters. An immoral and adulterous people cannot abide that sort of thing.

  2. Garrison Keillor…if the allegations are substantiated… reminds me of the adage; “Do as I say, not as I do.”
    Worthless and like Obama, an empty suit at best.

    As for funny man Senator Al Franken…
    get out of politics and join the Vegas entertainers at Circus Circus. He would fit right in.

  3. notice that keillor and franken look alike,,,same cowface,,,like twins,,,,loved keillor from mid 85 when i discovered him by accident one july morn driving on the lsd in chicago, until he endorsed BO in feb 08,,,,he wished clinton well on his show right after clinton spoke up about monica in jan 98,,,,never mentioned a peep over reagan’s death on his show right after said death,,,,me no fan of either,,,,but the pity party of keillor has just begun, this guy won’t get off the stage….when garrison keillor sings,,,,madonna takes refuge in a convent.

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