Post by docufo
Sky News Australia's op-editor failed to pronounce her name correctly as
she tore into VP Harris' odd public behavior with kids.
If you MUST ridicule Harris, at least get her first name pronounced right!
It's pronounced "comma la" - remember it! Not "com mah la."
Headline: "Kamala Harris: The absentee VP by design"
[excerpt] The Washington Times (@WashTimes) March 23, 2021
Kamala [make sure you pronounce that correctly, it's far more
important that her name be pronounced correctly than it is for
her to actually be seen in public] Harris may have crashed and
burned as a 2020 presidential candidate, dropping out well
before the first votes were cast in Iowa. But Biden chose her
as his running mate anyway. It’s not clear exactly what Harris
brought to the ticket outside of checking off a few demographic
Foreign policy credentials? Nope. Business experience? None.
A track record of working with Republicans to pass important
legislation? Not even close. In fact, an analysis by the nonpartisan
GovTrack showed that she was the most liberal member of the
Senate, even further to the left than democratic socialist Sen.
Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).
If the White House thinks its strategy of keeping Harris out of
sight, out of mind is working, they should think again. Because
we haven’t seen vice presidential approval numbers this low so
early in an administration since Dan Quayle under George H.W. Bush.
And unlike Quayle, Kamala (don't forget to pronounce her name
correctly, or you will be castigated by the media) Harris has the
media on her side. And she's STILL the most unpopular VP in
many years. But they will insist that her name be pronounced
correctly, because that's what really matters!