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I saw this whole interview the other night and I don’t get this victim mentality she speaks about when it comes to income inequality and women. Stacey looked like she was starting to get ticked off because Meredith stated this is a fact and she isn’t a victim. I don’t have a problem with Stacey being conservative, but she comes across sometimes as not having her own real thoughts and opinions….more like she’s just repeating talking points…..I don’t know, maybe she really feels that women are making excuses, but it just seems like she doesn’t actually believe what she’s talking about.
Dash became relevant when she verbalized her opposition to the president, and that is her right. Since becoming a Fox pundit she seemingly verbalizes the company line. Not even sure if she understands the issues but she seemingly relies on what others at the network have said and she goes out and parrots it. When put in a position to defend her comments she seemingly relies on the deer in the headlights approach.
I find it laughable that you criticize Dash as being irrelevant yet it was you who placed this podcast of her in your blog. Why is it here if she is irrelevant?? And criticism of the president makes one irrelevant? Really?
Stacey wasn’t ready to talk the fine points. Meredith said women make 78 cents compared to men making a dollar. That is a false statistic. It is an average of all jobs, and women often choose lower paying careers. A chemistry teacher won’t make as much money as a chemist working for a company, but many women prefer to teach. When women and men are working the same job, we see most of that pay difference disappear. There are good reasons for this. Companies are not going to pay more for the same quality of worker. If women made less, then companies would hire women, so men’s salaries can’t exceed women’s salaries if they want to be employed. Also the Human Resources departments of most companies are run by women. Women are not going to allow pay inequity, when they are the ones who set the pay. Every Fortune 500 company has set pay levels in place, which will prevent income inequality.
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