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CSPAN
Apr 24, 2016 12:00pm EDT
. one was poor george referring to george bush. he can't help it. he was born with a silver foot in his mouth. and then the other one, which is such a classic now is ginger rogers did everything only backward. and in high heels. >> she was wonderful. i loved her because of course she was confident and capable in all of that, but she shared her life with all of us. >> guest: she had a real struggle with alcoholism and she stopped drinking many years before she ran for office because she was very open about it and not the primary she was in, and her opponent attacked her for it with all these innuendos about her drinking and doing drugs and such awful things. the biggest funder of her primary race. we stayed with her through that and all the way through the election >> people honesty and openness and shared their lives. she was a real star for all of us. the type about a lot of key women in the women's movement at that time. of course my friend -- [inaudible] these women when we talk about issues that equal work back then we were on top of those issues. some of the young women knew th
CSPAN
Apr 17, 2016 9:00pm EDT
clear. >> i remember the speech. at the convention with to classic lines wine was poured george referring to george bush he can help ted blair with the silver spoon in his mouth. then the other which is such a classic is ginger rogers did everything like fred astaire on the back words in high heels. >> i've loved her because of course, she was confident aunt capable but she had a real struggle with alcohol and stop drinking before she ran for office but was very open about it and in the primary she was then her opponent attacked her with all of these innuendoes and doing drugs and emily's list members were the biggest blunders of the primary race. all the way through the election. >> to appreciate some honesty and openness. >> she was a star for all of us. >> talk about a lot of key women in the women's movement. these women rawl active as i think about it today equal pay for equal work back then with the top of the issues something that is new it is just getting started but i am sure you have feelings. >> one of the reasons field support democratic candidates is because women l
CSPAN
Jun 4, 2016 12:51am EDT
governor. was and she wonderful? and then to have to classic lines. and then referring to george bush. [laughter] he cannot help the. >> p.s. there is such a classic is ginger rogers did everything fred astaire did only backwards alien in high heels. >> i loved her but she shared her life with all of us and had a struggle for alcohol in was very open for that primary they attacked her all the innuendos about her in such awful things the biggest funder of their primary race. >> a do think they appreciate that now. >> but you talk about key women at that time but the is women who were all active we talk about equal issues equal pay for equal work we were on top of those issues and we knew that was just getting started. >> and one of the reasons we support only democratic candidates end to promote all those issues to support women. and they started up and doing all those things of the women's movement. ended it does matter. the we were the first national organization for all of that before that were bipartisan. and then if you support the man at the national level of the election in
CSPAN
Jun 3, 2016 8:57pm EDT
you remember that speech. >> yes, from convention. she had to classic lines. one was poor george referring to large senior bush who was running for president. he can't help it. he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. the other one which is such a classic now is ginger rogers did everything fred astaire did, only backwards and in high heels >> she was wonderful. i loved her because she was confident and capable but she also shared her life with all of us. >> she did. she had a real struggle with alcoholism and she stopped drinking but she was very open about it. she said her opponent attacked her for it. there were all these and you end owes about her drinking and doing drugs. just awful things. we stayed with her through that. >> i think they appreciated the honesty and openness. we talked about a lot of key women in the women's movement at that time and of course my friend bella. >> these women who were all active, and i think about it today when we talk about issues like equal pay for equal work. back then, we were on top of the issues. some of the younger women thought t
CSPAN
Apr 18, 2016 12:00am EDT
brought her to the financial stage. one was poor george referring to george bush running for president, senior george bush. poor george, he can't help it he was born with a foot in his mouth. [laughter] and they never forgave her for that. >> guest: than the other one that is such a classic now is ginger rogers did everything only backwards and in high heels. [laughter] >> host: she is wonderful not only i loved her because of course she was confident and capable and all that but she shared her life with all of us. >> guest: she had a real struggle with alcoholism and stopped drinking many years before she ran for office but she was very open about it. in the primary that she was in, her opponent attacked her for it and get all these innuendos about the drinking and doing drugs and things and emily's list members are the biggest funder of the primary race so we stayed with her through that and all the way through the election. >> host: i think now people appreciate the openness and honesty. she was a star for all of us. but of course you talk about a lot of the women in the movement at
CSPAN
Apr 16, 2016 10:00pm EDT
remember the speech. [laughter] >> guest: poor george, referring to george bush who was running for president, senior george bush. he can't help it he was born with a silver foot in his mouth. >> host: they never forgave her for that too. >> guest: the other one is ginger rogers. anne, and in high heels. [laughter] >> host: she was wonderful. i loved her because, of course, she was competent and capable and all of that, but she shared her life with all of us. >> guest: she did, she had a struggle with alcoholism and stopped drinking many years before she ran for office and but she was opened about it, in the primary that she was in, her opponent attacked her for it and did all of drinking and doing drugs and awful things. emily's members were the biggest of her primary race. we stayed with her and all the way through the election. she's just marvelous. >> host: people appreciate some honesty and openness. she was a real star for all of us. but, of course, you talked about a lot of key women in the women's movement at the time and, of course, my friend bella. >> guest: yeah. >> host:
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