First, this sentence: "Lawyers said an employer's obligation upon receiving a no-match letter from the Social Security Administration is to check their own records for typographical or other errors, inform the employee that the records do not match and tell the employee to correct them." Which is pretty much what the scrawl on the letter told Diaz to do (please see Greta van Susterin's disembowelment of Gloria Allred for further details on said letter). In fact, the action that Allred is apparently demanding would... wait for it, wait for it... have put Meg Whitman in danger of a discrimination lawsuit! Translation: Whitman followed the law.
Second, it's kind of contemptible that Jerry Brown can't fight his own battles, isn't it? - Because let's not pretend that this isn't being done for Brown's benefit. I'd also make some commentary on whether Brown would try something this cheap against a male candidate, but for some reason it's considered uncouth to point out that male Democratic politicians don't consider any blow to be too low when it comes to dealing with their female opponents. Still, I see no reason to let Brown get away with this: he's Attorney General, so he knows the law. And he knows that Whitman followed it, so he needs to come out and disavow it.
Which he won't. Because Jerry Brown is a coward. And a sneak.
Moe Lane (Crosspost)