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.