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Ed Rendell: Foot-in-mouth disease, or mere candor? A live chat.

Join Angela Couloumbis from the Inquirer's Harrisburg bureau to discuss the recent, and not so recent, verbal miscues of Pennsylvania's still popular governor, Ed Rendell. Is his effectiveness effected? Should we praise him for his honesty? Do we still care? (Yes, obviously.) Feel free to post a question in advance. Here's Angela's recent story. Read more breaking news in our From The Source blog.

Ed Rendell: Foot-in-mouth disease, or mere candor? A live chat.

The latest in Ed Rendell´s verbal miscues involves Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano. In talking about her for a possible job for the Obama administration, Rendell said in part:  "Janet´s perfect for the job and for that job you have to have no life. Janet has no family. Perfect."
The latest in Ed Rendell's verbal miscues involves Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano. In talking about her for a possible job for the Obama administration, Rendell said in part: "Janet's perfect for the job and for that job you have to have no life. Janet has no family. Perfect."


Join Angela Couloumbis from the Inquirer's Harrisburg bureau to discuss the recent, and not so recent, verbal miscues of Pennsylvania's still popular governor, Ed Rendell. Is his effectiveness effected? Should we praise him for his honesty? Do we still care? (Yes, obviously.)
Feel free to post a question in advance. Here's Angela's recent story.



Read more breaking news in our From The Source blog.
Were Rendell's remarks:
Sexist
Just plain rude
A little rude, but accurate and candid

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