Media Matters Fox News contributor Elaine Chao has recently appeared on Fox Business to criticize Obama over the economy and push the falsehood that he stripped the work requirement from welfare. During these appearances, Fox didn't disclose that Chao is a national chair of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Fox News has made it a regular practice to not disclose some of its frequent guests' ties to the Romney campaign. Read more.
The Heritage Foundation Elaine L. Chao is a Distinguished Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, where she works on jobs, employment, trade, workforce and competitiveness issues. A popular speaker, she is also a Fox News contributor.
Remember when Elaine Chao serving as Labor Secretary in the George W. Bush Administration had this to say about the American worker? Elaine Chao: “American employees must be punctual, dress appropriately and have good personal hygiene,” says Chao. “They need anger-management and conflict-resolution skills, and they have to be able to accept direction. Too many young people bristle when a supervisor asks them to do something.”
Elaine Chao and her husband Mitch McConnell don't have a clue when it comes to the American worker. Neither of them have had a real job and have, for the most part, made a living slopping at the Federal Government trough.
Yes from time to time we, American workers, are are dirty and smelly and we get that way from hard work, real work. It's hard not to get to hot, sweaty and smelly when you're installing a roof in 90 degree weather, replacing a pump on the hot factory floor, working with a asphalt road crew, welding in hot closed spaces, working in the kitchen of a fast food restaurant, etc., and yes, from time to time we bristle when a supervisor asks us to do something stupid.
Elaine Chao seems to think American workers are something less than desirable, but when it comes to her actions she wants us to give her a pass. When Elaine Chao, a Fox News contributor, appeared on Fox Business and criticized Barack Obama without divulging she is the national chair of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders for Mitt Romney she showed us her lack of character and a willingness to manipulate the viewers of the Fox Business show. I suggest this is something the average American worker wouldn't do. American workers might get dirty and smelly from working, but American workers have character and American workers don't believe in manipulation.
A friend of ours loaned us a movie to watch "The Help." While watching the movie I couldn't help but wonder. How many times has Elaine Chao eaten food similar to Minny's chocolate pie?