Congresswoman Fights for Hats in Chambers

It’s okay, you can say it.  “What the fraggle nackle bull hockey is this?” This woman is a democratic representative for Florida and she is checking into Congress with an agenda all her own.  She is more concerned about the hats she gets to wear than unemployment, welfare, education or anything else Florida may need. For right now, it’s time to get the hat business taken care of… according to her.

Frederica Wilson (D-Fl.) is an incoming freshman to Congress who is known for her flavorful fashion which includes her Sunday-go-to-meeting hats.  She has no clue that her hats or the permission for her to wear them have absolutely nothing to do with the problems she was voted into office to handle.  In order to try and make some sense of this, maybe Wilson believes her right to wear her hats into office may somehow help her better perform her duties as a congresswoman. 

She told the Miami Herald, “It’s sexist… Hats are what I wear. People get excited when they see the hats. Once you get accustomed to it, it’s just me. Some people wear wigs, or high-heel shoes or big earrings or pins. This is just me.” Read more here if you can stand this foolishness.

2 thoughts on “Congresswoman Fights for Hats in Chambers”

  1. Now let me get this straight. Many Floridians are losing jobs, being foreclosed upon, having to pull their kids out of college, moving into homeless shelters and this so-called “voice of the people” is more concerned about making a fashion statement with her hats? Just like the old folks used to say many moons ago, I’ll be a cold day in Juvember if I vote for this woman again. Somebody oughta run her and her hats from D. C. back to an alligator swamp in Florida. There she should just dive in and enjoy the environment with her family members.

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