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Is Beth Bernstein’s Skirt Too Short?

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S.C. Rep. Beth Bernstein (D-Richland) doesn’t seem particularly interested in “walking the walk” when it comes to ethics reform at the S.C. State House … which is a shame. We endorsed Bernstein – and had high hopes for her – but so far her commitment to doing the right thing in state government seems limited to doing what uber-liberal status quo S.C. Senator Joel Lourie (D-Richland) tells her to do.

Which is almost always the wrong thing …

Of course Bernstein does “walk the walk” in the most literal sense … as in she frequently engages in a pattern of locomotion across a solid substrate.

The only question: Does she do so in a skirt that’s too short for the S.C. State House?

According to several lawmakers who spoke with us on condition of anonymity, the length of one of Bernstein’s dresses was drawing critical remarks from female “Republicans” in the S.C. House of Representatives this week. Bear in mind these biddies have always disliked Bernstein – which we attribute to the fact Bernstein is built like a brick barnyard whereas they are built like collapsing inflatables.

Also it’s worth noting that Gov. Nikki Haley used to wear skirts and dresses much shorter than that back when she was a member of the S.C. General Assembly. (And still does).

Anyway … since the question has been raised (and since it has sparked quite the discussion on Twitter) we figured we would put it to a vote of our readers.

We believe the answer is an unequivocal “no.” Sure that hemline is residing a couple of inches above the knee, but in case you can’t tell Bernstein’s legs go all the way to the floor. And she’s rocking some killer open-toe, hidden platform black slingbacks to boot!

But what do we know …

Vote in our poll and share your thoughts in our comments section below …

UPDATE: Seriously … nobody else is impressed we know what “open-toe, hidden platform black slingbacks” are? Sheesh … 

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