We awake this morning in a purple haze with the Ravens’ Super Bowl victory. Way to bring it, team! As for Ray Lewis, he can retire a winner, and maybe go on to a new business adventure!
I think I can make a few “bucks” off this antler spray.
This stuff is awesome for tennis elbow.
Another Marylander making the scene is lovable little munchkin Babs Mikulski. Born, but never bred, in Baltimore, we rarely hear from her. We thought Babs had been put out to pasture after serving THIRTY EIGHT LONG YEARS in elected office.
Babs, the longest serving female in Congress. Whew, you smell like moth balls.
“Senator Barb” as she is called, has teamed up with Congressperson Rosa De Lauro from CT to proudly introduce the “Paycheck Fairness Act” again.
Senator Barbara A. Mikulski and Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, both Democrats, said their legislation is aimed at closing the pay gap between men and women and would also address loopholes in the 1963 Equal Pay Act. Last year it was defeated, and reports said that “Senate Republicans blocked the bill which would have ensured women are paid the same amount as their male counterparts.”
There they go again, those hateful Republicans and their War on Women (WOW).
Fortunately for us, the media only reported on WOW and not the part where the bill “would require the Labor Department to increase its outreach to employers to help eliminate pay disparities.” This is the red meat, giving the Labor Department control to make you pay your employees more, and you less! Because it’s not fair if you make too much money.
We define too much money as, well, making more money than someone else. Which is not fair because you didn’t build it.
That’s what O’BaMOM sez and I’m stickin to it.
True instances of pay inequality are usually settled privately. Do we really want the government to step in with their trial lawyers and force employers to pay what the Labor Department thinks they should make?
Hey, is this antler stuff covered under Obamacare?
Oh Hell, Why not!
Oh, deer. It doesn’t treat