A Mea Culpa From First Lady/Arts Council Exec Malloy

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Is it me or is this or this version just a bit inexcusable for someone of her alleged stature?

Sorry Mrs. Malloy, I suspect this apology may not be quite enough. The bottom line is that between your job and that of your husband’s, there is accountability to taxpayers. They may not have paid for your trip to Charlotte but….

 

http://courantblogs.com/capitol-watch/cathy-malloy-uncorks-people-do-not-appreciate-people-in-public-life/

 

Her apology released Thursday via hubby Gov. Malloy’s office:

 

STATEMENT FROM FIRST LADY CATHY MALLOY

 

(HARTFORD, CT) – First Lady Cathy Malloy today released the following statement:

 

“First let me say that I apologize for my remarks.  I was trying to convey a certain sentiment, and I didn’t do a good job of expressing what I really feel.  Although I don’t always agree with what’s written by members of the media, I do believe that they’ve been fair to my family and me.  I made these comments at a panel hosted by Emily’s List, and I was addressing the question of why more people don’t get into public life, especially women.  The point I was trying to make is that for those of us who do get into public service, there are sacrifices we have to make – including some of our privacy.  Sometimes that’s frustrating.  But we believe deeply in public service, and so we make whatever sacrifices we need to make. We don’t expect anyone to feel sorry for us, because we’re honored to be able to serve.”

 

Should make lunchtime talk at the Crocodile Club party fun tomorrow! Wonder who owned  that “crummy” car? And just for clarification, the

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