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No, shame on you, Sulpizio

Posted: March 2, 2010 8:26 p.m.
Updated: March 3, 2010 4:55 a.m.
 
Reading Patricia Skinner Sulpizio’s column (“Shame on you, Mr. McKeon,” The Signal, Feb. 23) left me wondering if she and I had even attended the same event on Feb. 13 at College of the Canyons, since her column described an experience so disparate from my own. 

My daughters and I drove in from Pasadena to participate in this women’s conference and were not disappointed by the organizer, speakers or workshops.

The speakers and workshops were interesting and informative, but the part that I enjoyed best was the networking that came during the breaks and at the end of the meeting, networking that was sparked by the conference and its wonderful selection of speakers.

The conference was about helping women envision and aspire to reach for their goals.  

Sen. Barbara Boxer has already attained the lofty goal of serving in Congress. Carly Fiorina was thus an inspired choice since she’s embarking on her journey, and to expect Fiorina not mention this in her speech was naïve on Sulpizio’s part.  

But then again, what can you expect from someone who engaged in papering the conference with literature she’d gleaned from Democratic Party propaganda, but then chose not to disclose this activity in her column.

It’s ironic that she’d accuse Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon and Fiorina of making the event partisan, when she’d had no compunction of doing so herself, and as such isn’t in the position of being outraged at or wagging her finger at either Fiorina or McKeon.

Shame on Patricia Skinner Sulpizio.

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