Basically, don't send me your press releases or expect me to do anything other than hit DELETE unless you do two of these three things, a) being non-negotiable:She also adds:
a) Realize that I'm a capitalist. I work hard to sustain myself and my family. If you expect me to take more than a fleeting glance of a moment away from my family for the sake of your product you best make it worth my while and while you're at it, have the same consideration for the copious amount of other women bloggers as well.
Also, big government be damned. I've disclosed in the past, a couple years ago when I still did a rare product mention, without Uncle Sam getting all up in my bidness.As if to illustrate her point, Loesch was the only person this week who mindlessly passed on Ed Martin's dishonest press release pretending he had set up debates with Congressman Russ Carnahan without any comment. And this fits perfectly with Loesch's stated philosophy, given that Martin had paid her husband's business $2,500 in the last year. See, Ed Martin knows how to make it "worth her while", and she in return will pretend that he's a candidate that stands for government transparency despite the fact that he avoided state sunshine laws and abused his power as chief of staff by firing someone who actually did follow the sunshine laws. For the right price, even hiding Big Government operations from the public view can be totally Tea Party, dude.