Tuesday, July 31, 2012 3:40:21 PM
inaria-"Meh I don't think people should be fired for their personal sex life"
Any individual`s actions can reflect on their employers. It may not seem `fair`, but it is the reality. It`s the standard she signed up for when she went into public service.
The minute this `personal` video became `public`, that reflected on the administration. (As in, `Why are they letting this slut and whore look after the well being of our youth?`...she may be neither, he husband may be okay with it, but it`s the public`s perception you have to deal with.)