As usual, when certain public persons “apologize” for a transgression, the question always arises whether the apology is sincere or an attempt at face and/or career saving, damage control.
Obama campaign co-chair Eva Longoria is feeling the fire from the right for sharing a “retweet” from one of her followers that called women stupid for casting a vote for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Longoria attempted to back peddle, initially deleting the tweet. She then tweeted that somehow mysterious retweets appeared in her feed. She later owned up with little explanation for the retweet, “(s)orry if people were offended by retweet.”
Are you buying her apology?