Dom Giordano said the sexual harrassing thrown at Mrs. Katz went beyond the little in this report. Dom said the thug who yelled out "You know you want me baby!' was the least of it. -bvw
I missed Dom's show but Jeff Katz was implying that they were calling Mrs. Katz "the C- word". Gross, disgusting, vulgarity. The Democratic party does themselves proud once again.
Hang in there Owl-Eagle and get out the vote.-Temple Owl
Despite the fact that I strongly suspect we're not going to win, the house is fully stocked with Katz posters, fliers, tape and staple guns, just waiting for the rain to let up.
I'll be out on election day, knocking on doors, giving rides, whatever it takes. (As a Temple Football fan, I'm used to impossibly uphill battles)
" WAR IS PEACE
FREEDOM IS SLAVERY
DIVERSITY IS STRENGTH"
This one is not impossible. With guys like you, we have a chance.
"Kindness in the extremity of justice"Hey, maybe Lynn could call Mimi Rose! (LOL! Yeah, right.)
By SaraKay Smullens
Philly.com, Dec. 26, 2002
Fast-forward to 1995. District Attorney Lynn Abraham introduced me to Mimi Rose, then the chief of the domestic abuse and sexual violence unit in the District Attorney's office. Mimi was the rarest of prosecutors: a tough lawyer when she had to be, but able to distinguish between the truly criminal act and the crime that was a cry for help.
Hey maybe Lynn could call Midge Rendell, Governor Ed's wife, Third District Federal Appeals Court Judge, and fighter for woman's rights! ...
When Midge Rendell and banker Sam McCullough announced in 1992 the creation of Avenue of the Arts Inc., she suggested that they be photographed holding a new street sign atop one of the pillars outside the Union League. It was a gesture with a history. When she was a young lawyer in the mid-1970s at Duane, Morris & Heckscher, the firm had monthly luncheon meetings there - but women were barred from entering the club through the front door. Rendellhelped persuade the firm to switch the meetings to the more enlightened Racquet Club.
(Source: Philly.com (The Inquirer's on-line version), The Honorable Midge)
Yeah, r-i-ight. As Ed Rendell might have said: "Mrs. Katz deserved it!" After all, that's what Midge's loving hubby, such a mensch!, said after Don Adams was beat up by IBEW thugs at City Hall.