Republican Congressman to CNN Anchor: 'Carol, You're Beautiful But You Have to Be Honest as Well'
Congratulations GOP Representative Todd Rotika (R-IN) for your condescending, patronizing remark to CNN anchor, Carol Costello, who had the audacity to actually to suggest to the Congressman that the government shutdown — and a failure to raise the debt ceiling — might actually be financially worse for the country than the Affordable Care Act. After Costello got nowhere with her argument, Rotika successfully completes the transformation from petulant to sexist.
“You’re part of the problem, the media is part of the problem,” Rokita said.
“Come on, that’s so easy. That’s so easy,” Costello protested.
“Carol, you’re beautiful but you have to be honest as well,” Rokita said.
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