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Obama Campaign Co-Chair Eva Longoria Gets Schooled

Mark GA Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 4:37 AM
The Department of labor contracted a study in 2009 with Consad Research of Pittsburgh to study this very question. That study concluded that all but 5 to 7 cents (per dollar) of the wage gap could be explained by factors other than outright discrimination. The study did not conclude that 5 to 7 cents was caused by discrimination. It could have been caused by discrimination or other hard to identify factors. The important thing is that this study, was commissioned during Obama's Presidency. He knows that at most, gender discrimination in pay is 7 cents per dollar. He was happy to allow the impression that it is 28 cents, when he almost certainly knows otherwise.

Liberal celebrities want all of the adoration that social media engagement has to offer -- but none of the accountability that actual engagement requires. For the Hollywood elite, it's "do as they say, not as they tweet." But actress and outspoken Obama campaign co-chair Eva Longoria learned a hard lesson this week on Twitter:

 

Conservatives online are mad as hell and aren't taking it anymore.

On Tuesday night after the second presidential debate, Longoria shared a "retweet" from one of her 4.4-plus million followers on the micro-blogging network. "I have no idea why any...